Wallidan, Tallinding Utd collect 1st wins, GAF & Real closing gap

Mar 24, 2021, 2:11 PM | Article By: Arfang M.S. Camara & Lamin Darboe

The week-ten fixtures of the ongoing Gambia Football Federation (GFF) First Division League has witnessed fascinating encounters as it saw both Wallidan and Tallinding United collecting their first three points while Gambia Armed Forces (GAF) and Real de Banjul closing the gap on league leaders Fortune FC.

Fortune FC were forced to register their fourth draws of the season after playing a 1-1 draw against B.K. Milan in a game played at Basori, while both Gambia Armed Forces (GAF) and Real de Banjul beat Brikama United and Elite United respectively to close the gap on leaders Fortune FC to 3 and 4 points respectively.

The results still maintain Fortune FC on first position with 22 points, while B.K. Milan on eighth position with 11 points, leveled with Brikama United.

Elsewhere, GAF moved to second position after defeating Brikama United 3-2 in a game played at Basori on Monday, while Real de Banjul sits third position after beating their arch rivals Elite United on Friday at the same venue.

GAF are on second position with 19 points, while Brikama United sits ninth position with 11 points.

Wallidan FC and Tallinding United collected their first three points of the league after defeating Banjul United and Marimoo respectively.

Wallidan FC collected their maximum points of the league after defeating struggling Banjul United 2-1 in a game played at the Late Ousman Saho football field in Yundum on Friday, while Tallinding United beat Marimoo 2-0 at the same venue on Sunday.

Wallidan, despite the win, still maintain 13th position with 9 points, leveled with Tallinding United who sit 12th, while struggling Banjul United remain languishing at rock bottom position of the table with 4 points.

Marimoo dropped to seventh position with 12 points leveled with Elite United who sit sixth position.

Waa Banjul also beat Hawks FC by a lone goal to nil in a match played at the Live Your Dreams Football Field in Basori on Sunday.

The result moved Waa Banjul to fifth position with 13 points, while Hawks FC dropped to 10th position with 10 points after ten matches.