The Coastal Town boys slipped to Jarra West, Team Rihno and Samger before their encounter with the Farafenni Barrack soldiers, who are affraying for survival in the second division league for another season.
Gunjur United required a victory against Second Infantry Battalion to keep their dreams of gaining promotion to the first division league after squandering nine points in their last three league outings.
Second Infantry Battalion, on the other hand, also required a win against Gunjur United to maintain their hopes of staying in the second division league for another season after losing their last nine league clashes.
Gunjur United scored two goals to snatch a narrow win over Second Infantry Battalion to better their first division league promotions aspirations.
The Coastal Town boys finished the match with ten men after defender Musa Ndong was sent off following his bitter argument with the central referee.
The victory moved Gunjur United to fifth-place on the second division league table with 39 points after twenty-five league matches.
Second Infantry Battalion remained bottom-place on the second division league with 18 points in twenty-five league matches.
The Farrafenni Barrack soldiers must win their remaining five league encounters to keep their chances of surviving in the country’s second tier for another season.