The Women’s Premier League in 2022 was an Expo, revealing lots of talented players, well-played football and exciting moments. This season’s going to be more interesting, as teams have geared up their strengths with signings from both Europe and Africa. “We dae play di game”.
The registration process commences 23rd November 2023, in all the regions where the premier league teams will be hosting their matches.
Champions, Mogbwema Queens, comes from Rutile, an area with most of Sierra Leone’s mineral resources. Will they defend their title fiercely? Let’s wait and see!
What about Kahunla Queens from Kenema, the centre of Diamond mining? Are they going to compete for the title this year? Big questions to which many female football fans and pundits are curious to know the answer. Especially after losing their two top strikers, Kumba Braima and Matilda Kabba, to Mogbwema Queens and FC Kallon, respectively.
After beginning the league badly last season, they rose from the relegation zone to the “third-place position, after making critical changes that helped them to end in the top three places
Will the Police repeat their magical touch?
The astute Malema Queens hails from the great land of Cocoa, Kailahun District. Are they going to compete for the trophy, or will they be content with the 4th position that they ended in last season?
Ram Kay FC is from the City of Life (Bo). With so many passionate young girls in their squad, are they going to compete for the title with their new signees?
ONLY THE 2023/2024 LEAGUE SEASON WILL DETERMINE THAT
The Cavalier Ladies Kallon FC female team in the Western Area ended up in 6th position in the Female Elite league. According to their management, they are in a learning process and are bringing new signings into the club, including the 2022 highest goal scorer, Kumba Braima.
IS THAT A POINTER THAT THEY ARE EYEING THE CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE?
Correctional Services FC is also from the Western Area. They took the 7th position in the 2022 league season. What are they bringing this time around?
Are the Queens from the Mena Hills in the northern part of Sierra Leone, ready for this thrilling season? According to their management, they are ready.
From the northeast, a place that is known for its rich swamp and the smooth-flowing Great Scarcies River comes Patricia Humu FC. Are they eyeing the title or will they want to maintain their presence in the league? Their performance will decide this season in the second edition of the SL Women’s Premier League.
Koya Queens from the Western Rural District ended last season in 10th position. Are they going to fight their way up? Let’s wait to see how it will unfold.
Victory FC, V.E.M Buck for short, maintained the 11th position last season, with young girls who left the minds of football fans amazed by their outstanding performances. What are we expecting from them this season? V.E.M. Buck will soon answer that when the second edition commences.
Albitaya Queens from Gbawuria Hills, ended last season at the bottom 12th position. Will they survive this league season?
Let’s Capture The Moment As It Unfolds In The Second Edition Of The Sierra Leone Women’s Premier League.