South African cricket coach and expert, Kenneth Masinga has revealed that he has huge plans for cricket in Sierra Leone.

Masinga revealed this after his training with Sierra Leone’s female cricket team, the Ladies Patriots in Lagos, Nigeria.

Speaking to the Sierra Leone Cricket Association (SLCA) media, Masinga said the West African country is gifted with talented cricket players but with little training.

The coach said he intends to introduce power-play as his ultimate brand of cricket in the country while citing that the Ladies Patriot needs to sort out wide balls with regards to the bowling side.

Our ladies are not exposed to spin bowling,” he said.

He said his progress will be tested in 10 months to evaluate whether there is a success or not.

The Ladies Patriots is currently participating in the Nigeria Women’s T20 International with Rwanda topping the log while Nigeria sits second.

Sierra Leone is in third place as they go into their next test against third-place Cameroon.

The Ladies Patriots’ Celina Bull, Emma Kamara, and Alice Fillie have already had a fantastic tournament so far with incredible performances in previous test matches.