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Steve Biko, Gunjur Utd fire blank in 2nd Tier

May 21, 2021, 12:57 PM | Article By: Lamin Darboe

Steve Biko and Gunjur United on Wednesday fired blank in the on-going 2020-2021 Gambia Football Federation (GFF) Division Two League.

The Bakau giant killers and the Coastal Town boys drew goalless in their crunch week-nineteen fixture played at the Independence Stadium in Bakau.

Both sides played a 1-1 draw in the first round of the country’s second tier at the National Technical Training Centre in Yundum before their mid-week clash.

Steve Biko and Gunjur United crafted some goal scoring opportunities but failed to capitalize on their limited goal scoring chances thus the match ended goalless.

The draw earned Steve Biko 24 points after nineteen league outings, while Gunjur United is with 29 points in eighteen matches with a game in hand against Young Africans.

Meanwhile, Red Hawks defeated Jam City 2-1 at the National Technical Training Centre in Yundum to convalesce in the country’s second tier after slipping to Team Rihno in their previous league outing.

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