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Bombada bash B4U Kiang West in 2nd Tier

Dec 24, 2021, 2:05 PM | Article By: Lamin Darboe

Bombada on Wednesday walloped B4U Kiang West 4-0 in their week-five encounter of the 2021-2022 Gambia Football Federation (GFF) Division Two League played at the Late Ousman Saho Football Field.

 

The Brikama based-club made a woeful start to the country’s second tier campaign after losing their two opening league matches.

Bombada defeated Jam City 4-3 in their third league match to bounce back in the second division league before locking horns with B4U Kiang West, who won their three opening league outings before losing to Immigration in their four league clash.

The Brikama based-club netted four brilliant goals without K4U Kiang West replying to grip the significant three points.

The win moved Bombada to 7th place on the second division league table with 7 points, while Kiang West remained 6th place on the second tier table with 9 points.

B4U Kiang West will fight to win their next league fixture to recover in the country’s second tier.

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