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Bekai Njie’s late strike sends Gamtel to top spot

Jan 20, 2015, 10:13 AM | Article By: Lamin Darboe

Striker Bekai Njie’s late goal sent Gamtel to top spot in the 2014-2015 Gambia Football Federation, GFF, division one league table.

The telecommunications giants beat Hawks 1-0 in the week four fixtures played at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium on Sunday.

The victory has earned Gamtel top spot in the country’s premier league, with 7 points in three games, and Hawks with 3 points in two games with a game in hand against Interior.

Wallidan beat Bakau United on the same score line at the Serrekunda West Mini Stadium, to clinch their first win in the new season.

Wallidan’s only goal was netted by Ismaila Samure in the dying minutes of the game.

Armed Forces drew goalless with Banjul United at the Banjul KG5 Mini Stadium, on the same day.

Elsewhere, Gambia Ports Authority defeat Interior 1-0 at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium on Saturday. Dawda Susoko was on target for the ferry boys.

Gamtel are leading the league race with 7 points in three games, and Armed Forces with 5 points in three games.

Banjul United, Hawks and Bakau United are all with 4 points in three games, Banjul United and Bakau United played more games than Hawks, which has a game in hand.

Wallidan are with 3 points in three games, following their slender win over Bakau United, while Interior are with a single point in two games, with a game in hand against Hawks.