Liberia’s oldest football club, Invisible Eleven on Wednesday, November 3, 2021, suffered a 1-0 defeat at the hands of LISCR FC in their opening fixture of the LFA National league while Mighty Barrolle settled to a 2-2 draw against Freeport FC in Grand Bassa County.
League defending champions, LPRC Oilers under the guardian of award winning coach Cooper Sannah, whipped Margibi County based Sandi FC 3-0 at the Tusa Field in Garnerville while Watanga FC demolished Nimba United 4-0 at the SKD practice pitch in Paynesville.
Nimba Kwadoe and newly promoted 1st division club, Heaven Eleven drew 0-0 in the first Nimba County rivalry at the Sanniquelie sports center.
Grand Cape Mount County based, Bea Mountain and Petro Trade Cup winner Monrovia Club Breweries also settled to a 1-1 draw in their opening fixture on today.
In the 2nd division matches on Tuesday, Small Town FC came from two goals down to draw 2:2 with Junior Professionals.
Anthony Thomas goal in the early stages of the first half and Mustapha Tamba finished in the early minutes of the 2nd half for Junior Professionals were not enough for a win in their opening fixture as George Wallace and Elijah Clement goals for Small Town FC in the 86th 90th minutes plus added time denied them victory.
In other results, Muscat FC and Tony FC drew 1:1 at the SKD practice pitch in Paynesville while Garnerville FC was beaten 1-0 by NPA Anchors at the ATS in Monrovia.
At the technical Center in Mount Barclay, Life FC was demolished 5-1 by Nimba FC; Bong Rangers drew 0-0 with Mighty Blue Angels at the David Kruyon Sports center in Bong County.
Gantal Almighty was beaten at home to Jubilee FC by 2-0 in Gantal City, Nimba County in another encounter.
CeCe United was also flog 1-0 by Pags FC in Bomi County on Tuesday.
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