Feb 29, 2012, 1:08 PM
Man City will battle with Makann Bi FC for the trophy, with the winner expected to be rewarded with a trophy and a cash amount of D50, 000 while the runners-up will go home with a consolation prize of D30, 000.
Finalists will as well be given each a cash amount of D200 for preparations, while semi-final losers will each be rewarded with each a cash amount of D10, 000.
The 2014 Bayba Financial Service knock-out finals will see Jamesen FC take on Dingareh/Makann Bi on Saturday 22nd November 2014 at the Banjul Mini Stadium.
The winner will receive a cash amount of D35, 000 while runners-up will pocke a cash prize of D25, 000.
A preparations amount of D200 will be given to each finalist, while semi-final losers will go home each with D10, 000.
Among the Capital FM and Medina Bai-sponsored individual prizes include: best player (Muhammed Samba alias Maha of Makann Bi FC) who is expected to receive D200 with football boots. The top goal scorer will receive D200, a football and jersey.
The most disciplined team award is expected to be collected by Lancaster United, who will pocket D200 and a certificate.
Abdoulie Sarr of Dingareh FC will walk home with the most outstanding young player of the tournament award and will receive D200 and football boots.
The most outstanding young goalkeeper of the season award will be given to Ahmed Savage of Late Ebou Sowe who will be rewarded with D2000 and a pair of gloves.
Lamin Ceesay of Makann Bi FC will be honoured with the head coach of the season award, and receive D2000 and a certificate.