Humu Marah, Precious Adama Amara, and Coach Hannah Conteh, esteemed referees and coach from Sierra Leone, have received a prestigious appointment from the West African Football Union (WAFU) Zone A.
They have been chosen to officiate at the upcoming 2023 CAF Women’s Club Championship qualifiers set to be held in Liberia.
The championship will witness the participation of four teams from different countries, including Liberia, Sierra Leone, Mali, and Senegal, all vying for the opportunity to advance to the next stage of the competition.
Scheduled to commence on August 7, 2023, the qualifiers will begin with an enthralling opening match between Liberia’s defending champions, Determine Girls, and Mali’s As Mande. The day will conclude with a match-up between Senegal’s As Dakar Sacre Coeur and Sierra Leone’s Mogbewmo Queens.
On August 9, 2023, As Mande of Mali will take on Sierra Leone’s Mogbewmo Queens, while As Dakar Sacre Coeur of Senegal will lock horns with Liberia’s Determine Girls in two matches bound to keep football fans at the edge of their seats.
The duo of referees, Humu and Precious, have recently completed the rigorous 2023 FIFA Member Association Course for elite referees in Sierra Leone, highlighting their exceptional skills and professionalism in officiating matches.
The highly anticipated WAFU Zone A Qualifiers will culminate on August 12, 2023, with a match between Senegal’s AS Dakar Sacre Coeur and their French counterparts, As Mande. The hosts, Determine Girls, will wrap up the competition with an exciting match against the neighboring team, Mogbewmo Queens from Sierra Leone.
With this remarkable representation from Sierra Leone, the 2023 CAF Women’s Club Championship qualifiers promise to be an event to remember, showcasing the talents and dedication of female referees in the region. Football enthusiasts eagerly await the kickoff of the tournament, anticipating intense matches and exhilarating moments on the field.