Youngsters steal the show in Bo
The Airtel Rising Stars is all about spotting discovering future football stars and so far in Bo there has been no shortage in achieving that. In Makeni, Mariatu Conteh and Yusufu Koroma showed the way forward and now in Bo Fere Musu Kamara for Southern Queens and Mohamed Akar for Edmund Michael Foundation are setting the pace here. (Photo: Fere Musu Kamara for Southern Queens)
Southern Queens striker, Fere Musu Kamara put up a brilliant performance on Saturday by scoring two and dominating a match from the first minute of play. She did not only score but also had an assist and as a striker she often drifts in midfield to help his team get the ball upfront. So far her team is the only to have scored so many goals in open play goals so far in Bo.
Fere Musu Kamara won star of the match and thinks she can improve much more, “I know when we get to Freetown the challenge will be far greater because of the tough competition that awaits us there, but we are ready and I know my game will improve more and I will be ready for that challenge because I surely want to be on the trip to Tanzania,” she said.
Mohamed Akar on the other hand has put up a strong and consistent performance for Edmund Michael Foundation, an all round midfielder he is behind almost all offensive plays of his team and with a nose for goal – he is likely to bag more goals in this tournament. But Akar tells journalists that he in concerned more about the team than scoring goals: “I do not want to be the tournament highest goal scorer; all I do is focus on my play and get my team moving forward in a strong manner. It is always tough to play in such a competitive tournament and that is why I want to play around the team,” he said.
Mohamed on Saturday helped his team dumped Bonthe United with a 3-1 defeat that saw them progress forward.
Jay Jay United will play Southern Queens in the girls final of the ARS after defeating Soccer Queens in a thrilling 4-3 post penalty shootout.
Lazio FC Salieu Bah scored the only goal as they beat TTS FC 1-0.
Young Professionals Acdemicals were edged 0-1 by a determined Welding FC who got a goal from Alouscous Bangalie in the 57th minute.
Makidie FC Patrick Binda shone again as he inspired his team with a one goal win ove Wanjama Starlet.
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