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Regional League Tight at the Top Heading into Round Two

Jul 10, 2008, 8:38 AM | Article By: By Sainabou Kujabi

After successful playing the first round of the six team 2007/8 Regional first Division league, Jarra West is leading the table with 10 points, a narrow margin ahead of its competitors.

ADWAC, Waterman and Brikamaba are trailing behind Jarra West with nine and eight points respectively.

Being the first four in the Regional first Division league, these teams are also qualify to take part in the FA cup of The Gambia football Association which will kick off soon.

Meanwhile Lower Nuimi and Upper Badibou are the bottom place occupants.Nuimi are four points ahead of Upper Badibou who only managed to pick a single point in the first round.

The second round commences on Sunday July 13thand all matches will be played simultaneously in three different venues.

Week 1

13/07/08Brikamaba Vs Waterman - Mansajang

13/07/08Jarra WestVs Upper Badibou - Farafenni

13/07/08LowerNuimiVs ADWAC -Kerewan

Week 2

19/07/08Waterman Vs Lower Nuimi - Esssau

19/07/078Upper BadibouVs Brikamaba-Brikamaba

19/07/08ADWACVs Jarra West - Soma

Week 3

26/07/08Brikamaba VsADWAC - Kerewan

26/07/08Lower NuimiVs Upper Badibou - Farafenni

26/07/08Jarra WestVs Waterman - Mansajang

Nothing to Choose Between Top three on Final Day

Week 22 Fixtures

Sat 12/07/08Bakau Vs Africell/S/MattyS/k West


Sat12/07/08Gamtel Vs GPA

Sun13/07/08Armed Forces Vs RealS/kunda East

Sun13/07/08Steve Biko Vs SamgerS/kunda West