Saturday, August 13

Jeshwang Utd beaten, Future Bi win to reduce gap in Women’s 2nd tier league

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By Arfang M.S. Camara

Jeshwang United and Future Bi FC have continued their lead in the Gambia Football Federation (GFF) Women’s Second Division League following their respective wins over the weekend.

Jeshwang United defeated Greater Tomorrow 4-1 in their week-eight fixture played at the Kiti Football Field on Sunday.

The Old Jeshwang-based team has recorded their sixth win of the season, while the West Coast Region-based team suffered their fourth loss of the season.

Jeshwang United overall collected six wins, two losses and no draws yet after eight games, while Greater Tomorrow recorded four wins, four defeats and no draws yet after eight games.

Jeshwang United maintained their lead at the top of the league on 18 points, leveling with Future Bi, while Greater Tomorrow occupied fifth position on 12 points, leveling with Lower Nuimi.

Elsewhere, Future Bi beat Kinteh’s 3-1 during their week-eight fixture played at the Kiti Football Field on Saturday.

The West Coast Region-based team, Future Bi has recorded their sixth victory of the season, Kinteh’s suffered their second defeat of the season.

Future Bi overall registered six wins, two losses and no draws yet after eight, while Kinteh’s collected three wins, two draws and two defeats after seven matches.

Future Bi maintained their second position in the league on 18 points, leveling with Jeshwang United, while Kinteh’s dropped to seventh position on 11 points.

Raptim defeated Young Icons 3-1 in a game played at Soma Mini-Stadium on Saturday.

The struggling side Raptim FC now collected their second triumph of the league, while Young Icons suffered their seventh defeat of the season.

Raptim FC overall collected two wins, three draws and three defeats after eight games, while Young Icons recorded one win, seven defeats and no draws yet after eight matches.

The victory moved Raptim FC to eighth position on 9 points, while Young Icons maintained their second-from-bottom-(9th)-position with 3 points.

Earlier, on Friday, Prisons beat Koita FC 2-1 in a game played at Kiti Football Field.

Prisons FC now collected their fourth win of the league, while the early pacesetters Koita FC suffered their first defeat of the season.

Prisons overall recorded four wins, one draw and three defeats after eight games, while Koita FC collected four wins, one draw and one defeat after six games.

With the victory, Prisons sit in 4th position on 12 points, leveling with Koita FC, who occupied 3rd position.

Lower Nuimi defeated Foni Girls 1-0 in a game played at the Soma Mini-Stadium.

The North Bank Region-based team, Lower Nuimi now collected their fourth victory of the season, while the West Coast Region-based team, Foni Girls suffered their sixth defeats of the league.

Lower Nuimi overall registered four wins, four defeats and no draws yet after eight games, while the struggling side Foni Girls recorded one draw, six defeats and no win yet after seven matches.

Lower Nuimi moved to sixth position on 12 points, leveling with Greater Tomorrow, while Foni Girls maintained their rock-bottom-(10th)-position with just a single point.

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