A total of 149 goals have been scored out of 91 games in this year’s Salone One Round Football Premier League sponsored by Africell and Mercury International.
35 home wins were registered, 23 away wins, 33 draw games, and 10 score draws.
At the end of the competition, Ports Authority emerged as winners with 28 points from 13 matches played.
FC Kallon’s goalless draw in the last match on Sunday at the National Stadium with Ports Authority saw them secure the runner-up spot in the 2011 Africell-sponsored Sierra Leone Premier League.
The result saw FC Kallon overpowering Kamboi Eagles, Wusum Stars and East End Lions who were all fighting for the Le7.5 million cash prize for the runner-up spot.
FC Kallon finished second on goal difference ahead of Kamboi Eagles who defeated Central Parade by a lone goal at home in Kenema on the same day, after Alie Musa’s early strike just two minutes from kick-off.
However, the goal could not help the Eagles who finished with eight more goals behind FC Kallon and both teams ended with 24 points, four more behind Ports Authority.
Wusum Stars were the other contenders for the second spot but their goalless draw with Bo Rangers at the Bo Coronation Field saw them finishing in fourth place with 23 points, whilst Bo Rangers ended up in sixth place with 21 points.
On the same Sunday in Kono, the match between Diamond Stars and Freetown City FC also ended in a goalless draw.
The home side finished in ninth position with 15 points whilst FCF finished 10th with 14 points.
Last Saturday, a late injury time goal from David Kamara ended East End Lions’ hopes of finishing second after they went down 1-0 to their old rivals, Mighty Blackpool.
They finished in fifth place with 22 points, whilst Blackpool ended up with 19 points in seventh position.
The same Saturday, Nepean Stars of Bo won the battle of the two relegated sides after defeating Area Best 2-1 at home.
In a related development, on Saturday July 16, Prizes and Awards ceremony will be held after the match between Western Area Best XI and Provincial Best XI.