Oct 19, 2011, 12:47 PM
(Issued Monday 20 January 2020)
Gambia Football Federation (GFF) First Division League week-six fixtures have seen Gambia Ports Authority (GPA) become the only team to have won its league matches after defeating the defending champions, Brikama United 2-1 in an encounter played at the Banjul KG5 Mini-stadium on Saturday.
The win has improved the ferry boys’ standings to 9th position in the league with 8 points, while Brikama United sits currently on 4th position with 9 points after playing six games.
This is the second win for the GPA side in the league, levelling with Brikama United (2) wins who conceded only one defeat in the league so far.
Wallidan FC drew goalless with the Gambia Armed Forces (GAF) in an encounter played at the Independence Stadium in Bakau on Saturday.
The Blue boys, Wallidan, who registered only a single win, five draws and no defeat yet, sits 8th position in the league with 8 points, level on points while the Soldiers, GAF who registered two wins, two draws and two defeats after six matches.
The last encounter on Saturday, seen Mariamoo drew goalless with Banjul United in a game played at the Manjai Kunda football field.
Marimoo FC is currently struggling in the league as it’s yet to register a win but drew three matches with some loses. They sit second from bottom (13th) position with 3 points, while Banjul United who is in 5th position collected 9 points in the league after winning two, drawing three and lost one match in six games.
Earlier games played on Friday, Hawks FC drew 1-1 with BK Milan in a match played at the Banjul KG5 Mini-stadium.
Hawks FC, who collected 9 points in the league sits 6th position after registering two wins, two draws and two loses, while BK Milan languishing in the first-bottom (14th) position with no single win after six matches.
Elite United also drew 1-1 with Tallinding United in a game played at the Independence Stadium in Bakau.
Elite United formerly Sporting currently sits 12th position with 5 points after registering only a single win, three losses and two draws, while Tallinding United collected 7 points, in 10th position after registering one win, four draws and one loss.
Meanwhile, all the Sunday matches in the week-six fixtures was postponed by the Gambia Football Federation (GFF) until further notice.