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Interior set up early pace in women's league

May 4, 2010, 2:06 PM | Article By: Lamin Drammeh

After 3 weeks into yet another exiting moment of women football, which is producing a scintillating encounter, Interior maintained the dominance in the country's top flight women football.

The hot girls despite setting up only a point lead at the summit of the league table are the only team to win 3 straight games closely followed by Abuko United, whose wonderful start to the season saw them sit second position one point behind the reigning champions.

The newly promoted Armed Forces side, who earned the qualification to the First Division last season, occupied 3rd spot on 5 points.

Company Ten have not had the perfect start to the campaign yet, after they had collected only 3 points, despite their impressive 2-0 win against Red Scorpion, a fortnight earlier, while closest rivals Red Scorpions who could not manage a victory so far remain second from bottom on 2 points.

Kinteh's United continued to produce poor result in the league. Having conceded 8-nil humiliation against Interior last week, they went ahead to succumb to another embarrassing 6-nil defeat to Company Ten on Sunday.

Kinteh's remained at the bottom place with zero points and conceded 20 goals in the process.

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