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Bombada to host Gunjur Utd in WCR fitness tourney on November 1st

Oct 26, 2020, 11:58 AM | Article By: Lamin Darboe

Bombada is set to host Gunjur United in the 2020 West Coast Region fitness football tournament on 1 November 2020 at the Brikama Box Bar Mini Stadium.

The Brikama based-club slipped to The Gunjur based-team once in The Gambia's second tier before drawing 1-1 last season.

They will vie for revenge to clinch the vital three pints to boost their chances of reaching the quarter-finals of the tournament.

Meanwhile, the tournament is organised to prepare West Coast Region clubs for the 2020-2021 Division One and Two league competitions.

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