Interior Minister challenges security chiefs
Apr 21, 2010, 11:26 AM
The FA Cup final tie between Banjul United and Hawks is described by many football enthusiasts in Greater Banjul and surrounding areas as a mouth-watering clash.
Banjul United sealed a place in the FA Cup final following their penalty shootout win over Brikama United, after the regular time failed to produce a winner in the semi-final game played at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium.
Banjul United will make all efforts to snatch a win against Hawks in the all-Banjul derby to clinch their first-ever FA Cup title since making their debut in the country’s divisional football in 2010.
Hawks thumped Young Africans 3-1in the semi-final tie played at the Independence Stadium in Bakau to advance to the final, and will be vying for a win against Banjul United on Saturday to lift the FA Cup title after several years of trophy drought.
The winner for the 2013-2014 West African Lotto-sponsored FA Cup final will clash with the 2013-2014 league champions Real De Banjul in the 2014-2015 Country’s football season curtain raiser Super Cup final after the summer biggest football gala.