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    Sierra Leone premier league first-round matches come to end this weekend with matches taking place all across the country.

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    In today’s fixtures: Bo Rangers will engage RSLAF at the Bo Stadium at 4 p.m. A win for the elephant will see them move top of the league log with 35 points out of 17 matches played. While the military (RSLAF) will finish ahead of FC. Kallon if they defeat Bo Rangers.

    In the Northeast: Bai Bureh warriors play host to SLIFA. The Warriors are at the bottom of the league standings with 12 points out of 16 games. Bai Bureh Warriors have only won three matches. SLIFA have not lost their last two matches.

    A win will see the Mountain Auriol end the first round of the league with 21 points, and make improvements to their position. In the Eastern region: Kambio Eagles entertain Old Edwardian in the Kenema mini stadium. The Eagles are in the 8 positions with 24 points out of 16 matches. A win for the Eagles will see them end the league with 27 points and fall out of the top 5 positions. Old Edwardians who are without a coach will play their last match in the first round of the league knowing that they will end the league out of the top ten position.

    The may Park boys who preparing to celebrate their centenary will end the league with 20 points if they win against Kamboi Eagles. The Saturday matches in the Sierra Leone premier league will end in the capital city of Freetown: with Mighty Blackpool who just appointed their new coach host FC. Johansen. Coach Balla’s technical knowledge will be judged today. The Tis tas boys are looking forward to ending the first round with a win against a team that is four points ahead of them. FC. Johansen on the other is looking to improve their standing at the league table. The Johansen boys are in the 10 positions with 22 points. Ahead of the match FC. Johansen signed a partnership with the South Africa Cape town football club. The premier league despite having been poorly funded, clubs has been able to honor matches throughout the first round of the league. The government who is the major sponsor of the premier league has been reluctant to provide funds for the league.#PlayerSL

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