Twenty six players of the U-17 national team left for camp at the football academy at Kingtom in Freetown Monday.
The U-17 squad continues to prepare for their international encounter with the Baby Scorpions of Gambia in the first round slated for 31st August in Banjul. The return match will be played at the National Stadium in two weeks time.
The Sierra Leone delegation is expected to depart the shores of Sierra Leone on the 27th of this month for the all important match with their Gambian opponents, who have engaged in several international friendly matches as part of their own preparation.
The Sierra Leone team has been going to the provinces to play local friendly matches to keep their players fit.
Out of 26 players in camp, 18 of the players are expected to make the trip for the crucial match against Gambia.
The players in camp comprise of the following: Abdulai Bah, Alhaji Conteh, Osman D Kamara, Baimba Kamara, Sheik Umaru Kamara, Thomas Bockarie, Tunde Shyllon, Kojo West, Unisa Conteh, Mohamed Janneh, Mohamed Nicol, Ibrahim Sillah, Unisa Bangura, Ayo King (Captain) Mohamed Mansaray, Ibrahim Kallay, Samba Kanu, John Wanga, Sulaiman Kamara, Donald Wellington, Alimany Kamara, Abubakarr Jalloh, Gribrilla S Sesay, Issa Kamara and David Morsay