Sierra Leone’s Teqball Director of Operations, Councilor Hajaratu Kamara, has taken the game to Port Loko City, 75 miles from Freetown. Kamara said she has invested her resources to download and learn the game’s technical rules and was able to assemble the first set of Teqball players of the Port Loko City Teqers on 9th August 2020 which will go down in history as the day Teqball was introduced in Port Loko. After explaining the crucial parts of the rules, the Councilor went on to demonstrate them and encouraged the players to see Teqball as another opportunity to not only improve on their football skills but to also showcase their talents.
She said Teqball is played on a curved table, but in the absence of one she drew a table on the floor to give the players an idea, and assured tables would be supplied when they are available in the country. Kamara boasted that as Director of Operations, she will ensure that the game is taken to every corner of Sierra Leone, adding she remains grateful to the executive board for the encouragement.