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Gunjur Utd stuns SK East Bi to maintain 1st Division promotion ambitions

Apr 6, 2021, 1:18 PM | Article By: Lamin Darboe

Gunjur United last Thursday came from one nil down to stun Serrekunda East Bi 2-1 in their week-twelve clash played at the National Technical Training Centre in Yundum to maintain their Gambia Football Federation (GFF) Division One League promotion ambitions.

The Coastal Town boys are among the teams competing for promotion to the country's premier league next season following their stunning start to the second tier campaign.

Gunjur United knew that defeat against Serrekunda East Bi will dash their dreams of gaining promotion to the first division league next season but found themselves behind when the Serrekunda East based-team scored their goal.

The Coastal Town boys reacted quickly for an equaliser and dominated the match, crafting numerous goal scoring opportunities.

Gunjur United notched in two goals to snatch a slender victory over Serrekunda East Bi, who are struggling in the country's second division league season.

The win earned Gunjur United 19 points after twelve league matches while Serrekunda East Bi are with 11 points in twelve league outings.

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