Nov 12, 2010, 11:09 AM
The Jam-city boys, who missed promotion to the second tier last season, came for the three points in order to fancy their hopes of winning the league title and gain promotion to the second division but were held by the host Brikama and they shared the spoils.
Brikama, on the other hand, also came all out to clinch the vital three points after losing to Jam-city boys 2-1 last season but were unenthusiasticto grab the maximum points.
Elsewhere, Sifoe United were held to a goalless draw by the newly-promoted side Greater Tomorrow at the Sifoe football field on Sunday.
Jambanjelly United, Brikama, Greater Tomorrow and Sifoe United are all with one point each after drawing their opening league matches.