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GPA surrender other vital points in 1st Division League

Apr 27, 2021, 12:31 PM | Article By: Lamin Darboe

Gambia Ports Authority on Sunday surrendered some significant points in the on-going 2020-2021 Gambia Football Federation (GFF) Division One League.

The ferry boys lost to Waa Banjul 1-0 in their week-fourteen encounter played at the Stadium in Bakau to surrender another vital three points in the country’s premier league.

The Gambia Ports Authority, who surrendered three points to league leaders Fortune FC in their previous league games, came for the maximum points to bounce back in the country’s first division league to keep their league title dreams but lost to Waa Banjul.

The ferry boys are still with 18 points after fourteen league match, while Waa Banjul is with 20 points in fourteen league ties.

The Gambia Ports Authority will fray to win their next league fixture to keep their chances of lifting the country’s elite league title.

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