The Oiler Sports Association (OSA), continue to make In-roads in the Liberia Football Association (LFA) and the Liberia Basketball Association (LBA), national leagues.
Back to back champions OSA (2011 & 2012), look like heading for a hat trick of championship as they are in pole position to retain their crown.
With wins against Timberwolves (116-45), and Sky Force (89-56), the Oil boys look set to make it five out of five as they plot against Commissioners this Saturday, March 30, at the Sports Commission on Broad Street at 5:30pm.
The football squad that last won the championship in 2005 is also making headways as it remains undefeated in the top flight crown and as well at the top of the summit with sixteen points from eight matches.
With four wins against Blue Angels (1-0), Invincible Eleven (2-1), Watanga (3-2), and Fatu FC (2-1), the Oiler have drawn four matches with Jubilee (2-2), Breweries (2-2), Gedi & Sons (1-1) and Nimba United (0-0).
Currently, they are second on the log, just a goal behind leaders Barrack Young Controllers (BYC), who they meet today, Wednesday, at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS) and then on this Saturday face defending champions LISCR FC in Kakata, Margibi County.
OSA GAMES SCHEDULE
Saturday, March 30, Oiler VS Commissioner
TIME: 5:30pm-Sports Commission
Wednesday, March 27, BYC VS Oiler
Saturday, March 30, Oiler VS LISCR
FRONT PAGE SALUTES T. NELSON
The basketball squad of OSA triumph in the ongoing national basketball season continues to get all the praises as the OSA family continues t receive plaudits in many quarters.
The latest commendation received is from one of Liberia’s leading newspapers, the FrontPage Africa newspaper hailing OSA chief patron, T. Nelson Williams, II for the team’s great form.
On the sports page of its Thursday, March 28, 2013 edition, Titled “LBA on the Radar”, the paper noted, they (OSA) are unbeaten in four matches this season, stretching their winning streak from last season in the finals play-off with Uhuru Kings”.
The paper also indicated “a FrontPage salute to LPRC Oilers head coach Paul Houlsen and his sensational oil boys and mighty big one for Managing Director T. Nelson Williams, II.