Bo Rangers Football Club has made history by clinching the Sierra Leone Premier League championship for the second year running, establishing their dominance in the local football scene. The team secured their title with a commanding victory against Wusum Stars in a match held at the Southern Arena in Bo on Sunday.
Led by Alhaji Foray, Bo Rangers entered the crucial encounter fully aware that a win would guarantee them the coveted championship title and bring immense joy to their loyal supporters. With their sights firmly set on victory, the team delivered an impressive performance that left their opponents struggling to keep up.
Dubbed “The Elephants” by their fans, Bo Rangers sealed a comfortable win, thanks to the exceptional contributions of Abu Komeh and Suffian Kalokoh. Both players showcased their skills and determination, finding the back of the net and paving the way for another glorious triumph for Bo Rangers.
This championship victory holds special significance for Bo Rangers, as they achieved an unprecedented feat by going unbeaten throughout the entire season. With an outstanding record of twenty-one wins and nine draws, accumulating a total of 72 points, the team showcased their unrivaled prowess on the field. In fact, they have now extended their unbeaten streak to 30 matches and remain on track to conquer their remaining four fixtures.