Aug 6, 2012, 11:37 AM
Ports Authority on Friday defeated relegation threatened Samger 1-0 in their
re-scheduled fixtures at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium to better their
status in the 2016-2017 Gambia Football Federation domestic division one
Defending league champions Gambia Ports Authority are languishing in the country’s top flight so far this season after their exit from the continent’s top and second tier football club competitions, the CAF Champions league and Confederations Cup by AS Vita Club of the Democratic Republic of Congo and Al-Hilal of Sudan respectively.
The ferry boys gripped the vital three points against the academy boys after netting one goal in the game to better their status in the league.
The Academy boys Samger are languishing bottom-place in the top flight league and needed a win against Gambia Ports Authority to close gap on teams above them in the league but surrendered maximum to the ferry boys to remain bottom-place in the league.
Samger are still rooted bottom-place in the league with 13 points from eighteen league matches and Gambia Ports Authority are three places above safety with 21 points in sixteen league matches.