Montserrado, regarded as one of the top contenders of the county meet, had gone to Buchanan at the weekend to try strength with the current kickball champions, but went on to lose two times in succession, the first a narrow 1-0 defeat on Saturday, and the latter, an 8-1 humiliation from the well defensive and aggressively attacking champions.
According to our reporter, who watched both matches, there were lots of positives that the visitors (Montserrado) could have built on from their initial defeat, but were left wandering in the wilderness with an out-snatching 8-1 trashing at the hands of the “Gbezohn Girls.”
“From the result we got from Bassa today was very encouraging to our team. We saw one or two mistakes from our team, and we are going to work on it,” said S. Tony T. Matthews, Team Manager of Montserrado County following the first defeat to the defending champions.
However, Team Manager Matthews immediately summersaulted his earlier comment by announcing the opening of new justification for players, meaning that the team is dissolved following the heavy defeat to Bassa.
“Due to the result we got from Bassa, we [will] open new justification on Tuesday. All [players] are [welcomed],” added the manager.
Meanwhile, with two homes from last season’s highest homer;KortoBoye, and one home apiece from Captain Louise Toe, AsataKamara, Marie Johnson, Jerriline Coleman, Vera Francis and NokoSeiwon, the Bassa girls seem set and ready for yet another glory.
In a related development, the soccer squad of Bassa commonly referred to as the “Gbezohn Boys,” was at the middle of two intense soccer action, beating Barracks Young Controllers-2 (BYC-2) 1-0 on Saturday, before settling to a scoreless draw against Montserrado in a mouth-watering soccer encounter.
All matches, including the kickball, were played at the county’s leading sports center, the Doris Williams Sports Pitch, situated just in the middle of the port city.