Feb 15, 2017, 11:16 AM
Striker Yaya Ndong’s lone goal from the penalty spot was enough for the Telecommunications giants to grab the vital three points against struggling side Serrekunda United to keep their hopes of clinching their first-ever league title.
The victory has earned the telecommunication giants 38 points in nineteen games and are now level on points with Real De Banjul, who drew goalless with bitter rivals Wallidan in the Banjul derby clash at the Banjul KG5 Mini Stadium.
Brikama beat Banjul United 3-2 at the Banjul KG5 Mini Stadium to bounce back in contention for the league title, following their 4-1 defeat to Gambia Ports Authority in the mid-table.
Hawks drew goalless with Gambia Ports Authority at the Independence Stadium in Bakau.
Bombada beat Interior 2-1 at the Brikama Box Bar Mini Stadium, and Bakau United drew goalless with Gambia Armed Forces at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium.
Real De Banjul are leading the race with 38 points in nineteen games, and Gamtel are second with 38 points in nineteen games, but Real De Banjul are leading on goal difference.
Brikama are in third place with 32 points in nineteen games, Bombada are now in fourth place with 28 points in nineteen games and Gambia Ports Authority are fifth with 25 points in nineteen games.
Gambia Armed Forces are sixth with 25 points in nineteen games and Banjul United and Hawks are seventh and eighth places with 24 points each in nineteen games.
Wallidan are ninth with 20 points in eighteen games with a game in hand against Gambia Ports Authority, and Interior are tenth with 15 points in nineteen games.
Serrekunda United are second place from bottom with 15 points in nineteen games, while Bakau United are rooted at the bottom with 12 points in nineteen games.