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GAF, Elite Utd and BK Milan clasp victories in 1st Division League

Jan 19, 2021, 12:45 PM | Article By: Lamin Darboe

The Gambia Armed Forces, Elite United and BK Milan on Saturday gripped vital victories in the 2020-2021 Gambia Football Federation GFF Division One League season.

The trio defeated Marimoo, Hawks and Gamtel in their opening league matches to snatch their premier victories in the country’s top tier.

The Gambia Armed Forces thumped Marimoo 2-0 at the Independence Stadium in Bakau to clutch their debut win in the country’s new league season, while Elite United beat Hawks 2-1 at the Real De Banjul Football Academy Field in Basori.

BK Milan thrashed Gamtel 3-1 while Brikama United drew 1-1 with Wallidan at the Real De Banjul Football Academy Field in Basori.

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