BASOSA National League Crowns Bosa F.C Champions
Bosa football Club has been crowned champions of the just ended Bushrod and St. Paul Old-Timer Sports Association (BASOSA) National League and with cash prize of 100,000 Liberia Dollars dollars with medals and certificates.
The league with 14 participating Club came to an end over the weekend at Alligators Sports Pitch in Hotel Africa with the runner-up Old Hands walking away with 75,000 Liberia dollars. .
However, following the end of the league season, there were several awards given out to deserving players and officials which included: Best Goalkeeper- Mr. Jamon Banks, Best Defender- Theophilus Kangba, Best Midfielder- Jean Miller, Best Forward- Augustine Weah, Best Goal- Manju Kamara, More Versatile Player- Dapaye Andersson, Top Scorer- Saidu Konneh, Best Coach- Jarius Julius and Most Valuable Player- Alvin P. Dangan.
Speaking at the closing and awards Ceremony the Vice President for Operation Mr. Prince Snonsio said that the League was established in 2016 when the old-timer from Bushrod Island decided to come together to form their League after they feel magarlized and dissatisfied with the Old Timer National league.
According to him, the idea was firstly driven by the late District #15 Representative Adolph Lawrence, when they started, they had four teams which had grown to fourteen teams participating.
Mr. Snonsio stated that the League is not only about Sport but they are just using Sport for unity; adding that the entire league is for love, peace, unity entertainment, and bringing people together to give them some social advantages where they can get to know each other.
He further said that all hands are not equal economically but from there, most people can get connected because they are potential people, adding that BASOSA’s request is to ensure that they have everyone come together to have a common working Relationship.