GFF domestic league set for New Year’s break

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

The 2016-2017 Gambia Football Federation domestic division one league season is set for New Year’s break following the recent completion of week-six matches.

Real De Banjul are currently topping the league with 12 points in five league matches , and are hoping to maintain their terrific run of form after the New Year’s break to keep their chances of clinching the 2016-2017 domestic division one league title since 2013-2014.

Gambia Armed Forces are second spot with 11 points in five league games one point behind league leaders Real De Banjul, who have grabbed 12 points in five league fixtures.

GAF will race hard to win their games after the New Year’s break to pile heavy pressure on league leaders Real De Banjul.

Hawks are third with 10 points in five league matches two points behind league leaders Real De Banjul and one point behind second spot Gambia Armed Forces.

They would have to fight hard to win their matches after the New Year’s break to close gap on league leaders Real De Banjul and second place Gambia Armed Forces.

League champions Gambia Ports Authority and Brikama United are fourth and fifth places respectively with 8 points each in five league matches.

They will strive to win their games after the break to mount pressure on teams above them in the league.

Bakau giant killers Steve Biko and Marimoo are sixth and seventh places respectively with 6 points each in five league matches.

They would race hard to win their games after the break to improve their position in the league and also keep their league title chances alive.

Gamtel and Serrekunda United are eighth and ninth places with 5 points each in five league matches.

They hope to continue their winning form after the break to improve their position in the league.

Samger and Tallinding United are tenth and eleventh places with 4 points each in five league matches. They will brawl to win their games after the break to secure good place in the league.

Bombada are rooted at the bottom with zero point in five league games, and will fight hard to win their games after the break to move away from the danger zone.

Author: Lamin Darboe
Source: Picture: Real De Banjul FC