According to our sources, the Sierra Leone Female Premier League side from Bonthe District have defeated  Ghana Division One side Avenor Ladies 6-0 in an International friendly game played at the WAFA Astro Turf in Ghana.

Hattrick from Kadiatu M. Kamara inspired a comfortable win for the Sierra Rutile base team as they continue with preparations ahead of the Sierra Leone Female Premier League Season which is expected to kick start at the end of this month or early next month.

Kadiatu M. Kamara opened the flood gate of goals barely six minutes from kickoff with a sensational strike after receiving a pass from Hawanatu Conteh. Matilde Mansaray double the lead before Kadiatu got her second goal to makes it 3-0 in the first half.

Marima K. Kamara scored the fourth goal in six minutes on restart of the second half before Kadiatu M. Kamara got her hattrick from a sensational free kick marking it as her first hattrick in her career.

Memunatu Kamara sealed the victory with a lovely strike to make it 6-0 as Mogbemo Queens prove too good for the the Ghana female Division one side.

Mogbwemo Queens are expected to return to action tomorrow against one of Ghana’s Female Premier League side Berry Ladies Football Club in the evening hours.

Mogbwemo Queens is set up as a female football club based in Mogbwemo Village Impere Chiefdom Bonthe District in the deep Southern province on the Republic of Sierra Leone.

The team is made up of the management consisting of eight individuals responsible for the management and welfare of the group, the technical and coaching staff responsible for the recruitment and training of players and most importantly, the player made of 30 (thirty) players from all parts of the country, that represent the blub in friendly and competitive matches.

Since 2004, The Mogbwemo Queens Football Club (the “Queens”) has attracted girls who dare to be different. This growing female football club made of 33 players is based in Imperi Chiefdom, Bonthe District, Sierra Leone.

The girls drew their history from a unique background and like to think of themselves as a resilient bunch of girls regardless of background, who are supportive of each other; on and off pitch.

The team has been playing professional football since then. In their with Ghana Division One side Avenor Ladies, Mogbwemo Queens bagged a 6:0 win and are prepared to face Berry Ladies Football Club in their international friendlies.