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LPRC Oilers quest of winning silverware this season in an attempt to reach the grand final of the Liberia Football Association (LFA) knock-out competition got a jolt when they were eliminated in the semi-final by newly promoted First Division team FC Fassell 2-1 on Wednesday at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium.
The defeat showed the Oilers weakness in several departments with the need for adjustments to be made next season in the coaching staff and playing body.
At least nine new signings must take place, with fresh blood, young and competitive players brought on board as a means of rejuvenating the team.
Since 2005, the oil boys have never won a major silverware which is a clear indication that changes need to take place.
the win of Fassell means they will face NPA Anchors in the grand final of the knock-out slated for this Sunday. The Anchors on Wednesday defeated Watanga FC to cruise to the grand final.
The oil boys only hope now this season is the national league where they are on top but will have to win their remaining three matches and at the same time hope that reigning champions Barrack Young Controllers (BYC) lose some of their matches as they have four matches to go.


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Oilers VS Kano Pillars
After losing five games in a row, the Oilers will be aiming to make amends when they face Nigerian giants Kano pillars in continuation of the Federation of International Basketball Association (FIBA) Africa Championship currently taking place in Tunisia.
The Oilers, who were bundled by Egyptian Club Alexandria 101-65 points on Tuesday in the same tournament, face Kano Pillars in the “battle of the losers”.
In a chat with Oilers president James Jappah, the match with Kano pillars this morning at 11:00AM (Liberian time) is intended to enable the losers find a place in the continental ranking.
The Oilers are now the least side in the competition at the 12th spot and a win will push them up at least. It can be recalled, the Oilers lost to Kano Pillars during the qualifiers in Monrovia as the Nigerian side ended at the top spot with the oil boys ending at second spot to get the license to qualify for the finals.
In a related development, the Oilers will be without two players due to illness and injury. Moussa Toure is down with malaria while the team`s best performer Aloysuis “Bulldog” Davison is injured.
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Liberia Basketball champions LPRC Oilers are having a torrid time in the North African nation of Tunisia where they are representing Liberia in the Federation of International Basketball Association (FIBA) Africa Championship.

The tournament which brings together Africa’s top basketball teams, have seen the Oil boys heavily beaten in all four matches played thus far.
In a telephone chat with Oilers Sports Association (OSA) president James Jappah who travelled with the team to Tunisia, specifically in the City of Sousse where the tournament is being held, the team lost its opening match on December 12 to Algerian side CS constatino Algers 64-84 points. A day later, they lost to the hosts Etoile Sportif du Sahel 42-91 points.
Ferro Viario Deira of Mozambique defeated the Oilers in game three on December 14 with a margin of 16 points as Mr. Jappah could not give the scores of both sides off head with Tali of Gabon on December 15 trouncing the Oilers 83-61 points on December 15 with the Oilers last match slated for December 17 where they will face Egyptian outfit Alexandria.
According to Mr. Jappah, the Oilers are using the tournament for exposure as they are going against professional basketball teams on the continent.
He also noted “the area is very cold which has added to the defeats”.
The OSA president then thanked OSA Chief Patron T. Nelson Williams, II and the entire Board of OSA for the numerous support.
The oil was too hot for Small Town as they were burned on Sunday, by OSA.
LPRC Oilers football squad continues their early season form as they burned Small Town International 4-0 on Sunday, November 16, at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS).
All four goals were scored by Pacey winger James Soto Roberts.
The win by the Oilers against the Second Division outfit from Logan Town has taken them to the next round of the knock out competition of the Liberia Football Association (LFA).

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The Football Squad of the Oilers Sports Association (OSA) is now at the top of the Liberia Football Association (LFA) First Division league after pinning Jubilee 2-1 on Wednesday, at the Unification Town Sports pitch in Margibi County.

Goals from speedy winger James Soto Roberts were enough to see the Oilers move on top with 12 points from five matches.

Monrovia Club Breweries that were on top in the previous round, lost to LISCR on Wednesday to give the Oil boys the license to move on top.

The Oilers next match is on this Sunday against Logan Town based Small Town International in a knock-out match at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS).

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The Oilers Sports Association (OSA) proved their strength is not just for the Liberia Basketball top flight but can also compete with the elites in the sub-region as they ended as runner-up in the recent Federation of International Basketball Association (FIBA) zone III club championship for Men and Women.
The competition held at the Samuel Kanyon Doe (SKD) Gymnasium in Paynesville, brought together seven teams from Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Ghana and Nigeria.
In a round robin event, the teams showed case in an attempt to outdo each other in booking a place in the Tunisia finals.
True to earlier predictions, the Oilers did not disappoint as they ended as runners-up to Nigeria’s behemoth side kano pillars in qualifying for the Federation of International Basketball Association (FIBA) club championship finals for Men in Tunisia. The tournament is slated for this November and is expected to last for ten days as per information available thus far.
In the oil boys first match in the SKD competition, they defeated Nigerian outfit Union Bank 58-54 points and whalloped fellow compatriots NPA pythons 103-74 points.
They also pinned young sports club of Sierra Leone 89-66 points...read more
A renowned sporting firm, Swen Labels International(s) PTE LTD. With headquarters in the Asian state of Singapore has donated a set of jersey and two footballs to the Football Squad of the Oilers Sports Association (OSA).
Making the presentation in the LPRC Training Hall on Thursday, July 19, Charles Jangaba, Jr. said they have been following the activities of OSA over the years and are keen to work with the organization.
Mr. Jangabah then said their group also has branches in the United States, Malaysia, Serbia and Sierra Leone and are currently partnering with the national team of the Kenya, the Harambee Stars.
“We want to form a partnership with the Oilers. Our aim is to provide sponsorship for the team in providing sporting equipment, arranging tours oversea and  link players to clubs for professional contracts”, Mr. Jangabah who was accompanied by his organizations Singapore Bureau President,  Zubah Chris Momolu noted.
Another football season is over, and the oilers squad has ended empty handed.
At third spot at the end of the season with 38 points behind Barrack Young Controllers (BYC) and runner-up Liberia Shipping and Corporate Registry (LISCR), the performance of the Oil boys is an indication that a lot more needs to be done if the dream of winning Silverware anytime soon is to be realized.
The lowly rate status of the football squad clearly shows there is a need for fresh blood or a young, hungry and competitive squad if the team must once more get its sensational status.
Regarded as the highest paid team in the country, the oilers have failed to deliver on the big stage as there is a need to get back on the drawing board in making amends.
In contrast, the basketball squad is making inroads as they have already won back to back Championships and look like making it three in a row this season.
The football squad is nowhere near their basketball counterparts despite the same sort of support which shows that there must be some tuning from a football perspective.

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The Oiler Sports Association (OSA)

LPRC Oilers Basketball CampionshipThe Oiler Sports Association (OSA) was founded in 1975 with Madam Nelly Anderson as its first president and Hon. Cletus Segbe Wotorson as
its First Chief Patron.

Operating a football and basketball squad, the management of LPRC have continued to impact the lives of young people also through sports as they are empowered, motivated and abstain from unwholesome activities. These athletes or players have since become a model for others to follow.
Historically, the football squad has emerged as champions of the Liberia Football Association (LFA) national league four times, 1992,  1995, 1999 and 2005 and is on record of been the only Liberian side to reach the quarter finals of any Confederation of African Football (CAF) competition. They achieved the feat in 1988 after eliminating Panthere of Cameroun and Asci Abengorou of the Ivory Coast before they were eliminated by Gor
Mahia of Kenya.
The basketball squad has emerged as champions of the Liberia Basketball Association (LBA) national league five times 1992, 2003, 2006, 2011 and 2012.with discipline, sheer determination, commitment, desire will power and hunger to succeed,  OSA keeps pressing forward.


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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 Control...read more

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