According to Sualley, the duo are expected to depart Freetown in April ahead of the Youth Championship which comes up in August.
“The scholarship for the training is in line with their participation for both the youth championship and also to get more advanced training which will aid them in preparing for the Rio 2016 Games,” Sualley said.
“Unlike the previous scholarship which was awarded to two of our best wrestlers due to their outstanding performance in both local and international tournament, this one we decided to choose the two best youthful wrestlers who fall within the age bracket for the Youth championship.”
He said: “We gained a lot of experience from the previous scholarship offered to our wrestlers that is why we are working very hard this time round to secure the necessary funding.”
Sualley who used the opportunity to call on business houses to come to their aid also applauded the Brazilian wrestling federation for their supports towards his association.