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Jam City stun Samger in 2nd Division League

Jun 21, 2021, 12:53 PM | Article By: Lamin Darboe

Jam City last Thursday stunned Samger 3-2 in their week twenty-three fixture of the 2020-2021 Gambia Football Federation GFF Division Two League played at the Real De Banjul Football Field at Basori.

The Jambanjelly based-team required a victory to bounce back in the country’s second tier after losing to Steve Biko 5-0 and B4 Kiang West 4-3 before clashing with Samger, who are contending for promotion to the first division league next season.

Jam City scored three goals to grip a slender win over Samger to keep their chances of gaining promotion to the first division league next season.

Samger notched in two goals, which eventually proved to be a consolation for the Academy boys.

Jam City now secured 39 points after twenty-three league outings, Samger is with 46 points in twenty-three league matches.

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