The Jambanjelly boys, who are contending for promotion to the country’s top flight league next season, slipped to Steve Biko 5-0 in their previous league match before their encounter with B4 Kiang West.
Jam City Football Club came for the three vital points to keep their first division league ambitions but slipped to Kiang West 4-3.
Jambanjelly boys are still with 36 points after twenty-two league fixtures, while Kiang west is with 26 points in twenty-two league matches.
League leaders Falcons thumped Young Africans 2-0 at the Independence Stadium in Bakau to maintain their lead in the country’s second tier 46 points in twenty-two league clashes.
Immigration drew 2-2 with Young Africans at the National Technical Training Centre in Yundum.