Right To Play, an international Non-governmental organization, yesterday donated some addidas footballs to the U-17 National team as part of their own contribution.
The Right To Play Country Manager Prince Cummings made the donation on behalf of the organization at the office headquarters in Lumley, Freetown.
Before he made the donation, Prince Cummings said when they heard that the U-17 team needed some footballs to train they wasted no time but to come to their aid in providing them with some balls that they will be using for training before the team finally departs for their encounter with their Gambia opponent, Baby Scorpion.
He said that was not the first time Right To Play have donated Footballs as they have donated to different groups and that of the Ministry of Education, Youths and Sports.
The country manager expressed Right To Play’s commitment to sporting activities in the country that is why they have donated to several sporting disciplines in the country.
The administrative Secretary of the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) Abubakarr Kabba received the balls on behalf of the U-17 team and thanked Right To Play for their gesture as the footballs will be used for its intended purpose.