Oct 26, 2009, 3:00 PM
On 16 October 2010, Dongon Bi FC drew 0-0 with Breakers FC in the Serrekunda Central Youth and Sports Committee nawetaan at the Serrekunda Central football field better known as "Mboyo" field.
Baboucarr Camara missed a clear goal-scoring opportunity for Dongon Bi FC while Ousman Jobe, Lamin Manneh and Kebba Danso all had chances to register their names on the score sheet for Breakers FC but failed to capitalise on them.
The stalemate result means Dongon Bi FC have now collected three points in three games while Breakers only managed a point in three games.
Earlier on 15 October 2010, in the 5pm encounter at the "Mboyo" field, Tali Bi FC lost to Kwame FC by a goal to nil.
Muhammed Bangura scored the only goal of the game for Kwame FC in the 46th minute of the game while Mustapha Minteh dented Tali Bi's hope of levelling the score after missing a penalty in the 75th minute.
On the same day, Zamzam FC drew 0-0 with B.K. Central at the same football ground as part of the 3.pm kick-off.
On 16 October 2010, at the Serrekunda West Mini Stadium, Black pool FC beat Jullof FC by a goal to nil in the 3pm encounter to survive relegation.
In the 5pm kick-off at the same football field, Bundas FC defeated Pencha Bi FC by 2-1.
The game was not completed as the players refused to play any further saying the field was dark by then.
Both captains, with the consultation of the central referee, agreed to call off the match before the last fifteen minutes, with the final decision left in the hands of the authorities at the Serrekunda East.
Elsewhere, on 16 October 2010, Sam Mbollet FC defeated Fass Njaga Choi FC 2-1 at the Biri-Biri football field in Ndofan village, Lower Niumi District, North Bank Region, in the Under-15 category.
Sheikh Chorr scored a brace to give Sam Mbollet a hard fought victory, as his strikes in the 1st and 29th minutes of the game at the expense of Njaga Choi was all but enough to celebrate another vital point.
Modou Bobb scored his side's consolation in the 22nd minute.
The manager of the Independence Stadium, Musa Njie, sponsors the tournament.