The red devils made a woeful start to the country’s domestic division one league losing most of their matches and also struggled in the danger zone in the first round before snatching tremendous results in the second round. Four goals from striker Musa Barrow and one from Lamin Chatty as Wallidan surrendered the vital three points to Hawks to griped third spot in the top flight seven more games to go.
The defeat left Wallidan two places above relegation zone with seven more games to spar.
Relegation threatened Serrekunda United 2-1 at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium to maintain their hopes of staying in the top flight for another season and avoid relegation to the second division.
Bombada came twice from behind to draw 2-2 with Banjul United at the Brikama Box Bar Mini Stadium, while the defending league champions Gambia also drew 2-2 with Samger at the Banjul KG5 Mini Stadium in the other fixtures at the weekend.
Gambia Ports Authority are still topping the race with 30 points in fifteen league matches and Brikama United are second with 26 points in fifteen league matches.
Hawks, Gamtel and Real De Banjul are third, fourth and fifth with 22 points each in fifteen league matches.
Gambia Armed Forces are sixth with 19 points in fifteen league matches, Steve Biko are seventh with 18 points in fifteen league matches and Samger are eighth with 18 points in fifteen league matches.
Wallidan are ninth with 15 points in fifteen league matches and Bombada are tenth with 14 points in fifteen league matches.
Banjul United are second place from bottom with 12 points in fifteen league matches and Serrekunda United are rooted at the bottom with 12 points in fifteen league matches.