A late penalty awarded to Bai Bureh Warriors against defending champions East End Lions during Saturday’s match in Port Loko saw the tie ended in chaos.

Video evidence below showed unacceptable sportsmanship displayed in the North West Province of Sierra Leone.
 
The reigning champions in the hunt for their first win were leading through a Masalaki Bangura goal. However, after a spot-kick was awarded to the host team in the 85th min by referee Rashid Conteh, the tie descended into disorder as fans stormed the pitch.
 
Images of fans invaded the playing field obstructed the conclusion of the match. The Sierra Leone Premier League Board are yet to make a statement.
 
A source close to the Board has confirmed disciplinary action will be taken after they examine what leads to this unforeseen situation.
 
On the same day, Bo Rangers and Central Parade continue with their 100% league form following a back to back Premier League win on Saturday.
 
Kabba Tucker scored his second of the season in the 87th minute for big spenders Rangers as they rallied to defeat Mount Auroel SLIFA at their Southern Province stadium.
 
Central Parade, on the other hand, with two men down in the 56th-minutes, won through a Saidu Bangura 75th-min winner assisted by Ibrahim Dixon in the ongoing season as they move up to second on the log.
 
Elsewhere, FC Kallon played to a barren draw with Old Edwardians at the Siaka Steven Stadium.
 
The season continues today, with Kamboi Eagles hosting Mighty Blackpool, both teams searching for their first win. Diamond Stars hosting the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces whilst Sierra Leone Police battle FC Johnsen.

 

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