Thursday, February 9, 2023

GFF Second Division Round-up


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By Sulaman Bah

Brufut United and Banjul United  fixture was the talking point in a clash that saw seven goals scored altogether.brufut-united

Brufut who narrowly missed out on promotion to the top division last term, wriggled out of this contest albeith with little bruises but eventually secured the staked spoils, beating Banjul United 4-3.

That contest was followed by Red Hawks sahsaying over Blue Star 1-0. Fortune thumped Interior 3-0 while Kexx United suffered a bullying in the hands of Young Africans when they lost 1-0.

Waa Banjul drew BK Milan 1-1 with Bakau United grinding out a goalless affair with Serrekunda East Bi

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In the country’s First Division, it’s early days with only three games gone but champions Gambia Ports Authority are already showing signs of retaining their title after beating Bombada to go top.

A lone goal was all they needed to get them their second win of the new campaign having drawn the others which puts them top of the table on seven points.

Armed Forces sits second on goal difference but are on points par with Ports having strolled over newcomers Marimoo by a slender one goal margin. Real de Banjul occupies third place with a win over second-from-bottom Serrekunda United doing the trick.

Tallinding United lost 1-0 to 2013 league champions Steve Biko while Brikama United got whipped 1-0 by joint-second-placed Hawks with Gamtel losing to Academy Boys Samger Football club 2-1.


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