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PSV Wellingara, Falcons close gap on Jam City in 2nd Division League

Mar 15, 2021, 1:40 PM | Article By: Lamin Darboe

PSV Wellingara and Falcons last Thursday closed the gap on 2020-2021 Gambia Football Federation (GFF) Division Two League leaders Jam City to just three points after winning their week-nine matches.

The Wellingara based-team overcame Immigration 1-0 at the National Technical Training Centre in Yundum to close the gap on second division league leaders Jam City to just three points.

The victory earned PSV Wellingara 17 points after nine league ties while Jam City are with 20 points in nine league matches.

The Abuko based-club defeated Second Infantry Battalion 1-0 at the Jarra-Soma Mini Stadium to close gap on second division league leaders Jam city to just three points with 17 points in nine league clashes.

Samger thrashed Serrekunda East Bi 3-0 at the National Technical Training Centre at Yundum to grab 16 points in eight league games with a game in hand.

The Serrekunda East Bi Football Club is still with 8 points after nine league games.

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