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Sierra Leone U-17 Female beats Liberia U-17 in Women's Day Cup Opener

The Sierra Leone Under-17 Women's Football Team emerged victorious in their opening match of the Women's Day Cup, defeating Liberia's U-17 team with a score of 2-1.

Adama Mansaray initiated the scoring for Sierra Leone in the 12th minute, and Adama Kamara extended their lead in the 25th minute, cementing their dominance in the match.

While Liberia's U-17 team endeavored to restore the balance, Lewis Brown managed to secure a goal for Liberia in the 66th minute, narrowing the score to 2-1.

This match served as a testament to the growing prominence of women's football, aligning with Sierra Leone's aspirations to celebrate International Women's Day in a meaningful manner.

The spectators were enthralled by the captivating performance displayed by both teams, further highlighting the collaborative efforts of the Sierra Leone Football Association and the Ram Kay Football Club in fostering the advancement of women's football.


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