Mar 6, 2012, 3:15 PM
Bakau giant killers Steve Biko is currently topping the second tier with 22 points in nine games, having won seven, drew and lost one.
They will be hoping to continue their fine run of form in the second round in order to fancy their hopes of regaining promotion to the top flight next season, after their shock demotion to the second tier, following their dismal performance in the premier tier last season.
Marimoo, the former Seaview, are occupying second place with 20 points in nine games, and will be expecting to maintain their spectacular form in the second round to boost their chances of returning to the top flight next season.
Samger were relegated to the second division after their woeful performance in the first division last season, and are currently third in the second tier with 19 points in nine games; three points behind league leaders Steve Biko and one point behind second placed Marimoo.
Despite their poor start to the second tier campaign, Lamin United are now fourth with 12 points in nine games, and will looking forward to win their games in the second round to mount pressure on the team above them in the league.
Serrekunda East Bi and Young Africans are in 5th and 6th place respectively with 10 points each in nine games, and will be vying to win their games in the second round in order to improve their hopes of winning promotion to the top flight next season.
Tallinding United and the newly-promoted side, Immigration Department, are in 7th and 8th place respectively with 9 points each in nine games, and will be hoping to win their games in the second round in order avoid relegation to the second division.
Blue Star and KGI are currently rooted in second place from bottom and in bottom place in the league, after their poor performance in the first round and will be fighting tooth and nail to win their games in the second round, in order to avoid relegation to the third tier, and to stay in the second tier next season.