Oct 22, 2010, 1:15 PM
Reigning league champions Gamtel on Saturday beat Wallidan 1-0 in the week-four fixtures played at the Banjul KG5 Mini Stadium to close gap on the 2015-2016 First-Eco partners sponsored Gambia Football Federation domestic division one league leaders Gambia Ports Authority to just one point.
The telecommunication giants came into the game with 4 points after their 1-0 defeat to Gambia Ports Authority in their fixtures prior to their Saturday’s crunch clash with Wallidan.
The blue boys came into the game with 6 points after beating Bakau giant killers Steve Biko in their previous fixtures prior to their Saturday’s master clash with Gamtel.
Wallidan made an excellent start to the game and came very close to scoring on numerous occasions but failed to utilize their goal-scoring opportunities.
Gamtel, who are struggling to settle in the game, opened the scores with substitute Hamang Conteh in the 85th minute of the game from a deflected shot, which eventually proved to be the winner for the telecommunication giants.
Gamtel are now second spot in the league with 7 points in four games a single point behind league leaders Gambia Ports Authority, who have bagged 8 points in four games after their goalless draw with Gambia Armed Forces in the week-four fixtures played at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium at the weekend.
Bakau giant killers beat Serrekunda United 1-0 at the Serrekunda West Mini Stadium to snatch their first victory in the premier tier since regaining promotion to the top flight last season.
Bombada came from two nil down to draw 2-2 with Real De Banjul at the Banjul KG5 Mini Stadium on Sunday.
Hawks drew goalless with Brikama United at the Serrekunda West Mini Stadium.
Elsewhere, Samger also drew goalless with Banjul United at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium on the same day.
Gambia Ports Authority are leading the race with 8 points in four games. Gamtel are occupying second spot with 7 points in four games.
Samger, Wallidan, Brikama United and Gambia Armed Forces are third, fourth, fifth and sixth in the league with 6 points each in four games.
Banjul United and Bakau giant killers Steve Biko are seventh and eighth in the league with 5 points each in four outings.
Hawks, Real De Banjul and Bombada are ninth, tenth and eleventh in the league with 3 points each in four games.
Serrekunda United are languishing at the bottom with 1 point in four outings and are hoping to win their remaining fixtures after the Christmas break in order to move away from the relegation zone.