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Sierra Leone dodgeball delegation inspires British school

The Sierra Leone National Dodgeball Delegation is amplifying its efforts through a comprehensive School Program, with the British International School, located on Hill Cut Road in Freetown, experiencing the fervor of the initiative.

The delegation conducted an energetic demonstration, engaging students in challenging drills designed to refine skills and cultivate an affinity for dodgeball.

Mohamed Samuel Mansaray, the Physical and Health Education instructor at the British International School, lauded the dedication of the national delegation, describing the day-long event as a significant milestone for the institution.

Deputy head coach Ibrahim Sheriff Savage echoed similar sentiments, emphasizing the importance of the School Program and expressing gratitude to the British International School for their cordial reception. He accentuated the enduring impact this event would have on the students.

One enthusiastic student expressed delight at acquiring valuable dodgeball techniques and gaining a profound understanding of the sport.

With such proactive engagement by the National Delegation, promising prospects lie ahead for the advancement of dodgeball.


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