Oct 25, 2016, 11:27 AM
Wallidan will meet Hawks in an all-Banjul derby game in the 2014 Gambia Football Federation, GFF, quarter finals on Thursday 3 July 2014, at the Banjul KG5 Mini Stadium.
Wallidan, which eliminated current FA Cup champions Gamtel, will be coming all-out for a win against Hawks to advance to the semi finals, as well as keeping their hopes of winning the FA Cup title alive after several years of a trophy drought.
Hawks eliminated Armed Forces in the preliminaries, and will also be fighting tooth and nail for a win against Wallidan to snatch a place in the semi finals, as well as fancying their chances of clinching the FA Cup title after several years of a trophy drought.
Interior will play against Young Africans at the Brikama Box Bar Mini Stadium; Interior sailed to the quarter finals following their 1-0 win over Real De Banjul in the preliminaries, and will be looking for a victory against Young Africans to secure a place in the semi finals.
Young Africans, who won the FA Cup in 2009, advanced to the quarter finals following their 1-0 win over Bombada United in the preliminaries, and will be vying for victory against Interior to boost their chances of winning the FA Cup.
Lamin United will take on Banjul United at the Father Gough Sports Complex in Manjai Kunda; Lamin United beat Serrekunda East 1-0 in the preliminaries, and will be searching for a win against Banjul United to seal a place in the semi finals.
Banjul United will be hoping for a win against Lamin United to progress to the semi finals, and boost their hopes of winning the FA Cup for the first time in their history.
Elsewhere, Gambia Ports Authority will face Brikama United at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium. Gambia Ports Authority booked their ticket to the finals, following their penalty shoot-out win over Samger in the preliminaries, after a goalless draw in regulation time, and will be expecting a victory against Brikama United.
Brikama United defeated Bakau giant killers Steve Biko 1-0 in the preliminaries, and will be coming all-out for a win against Gambia Ports Authority, so as to advance to the finals, as well as keeping their chances of clinching their first-ever FA Cup title.