By Sulayman Bah Ecomog of Siffo bit the dust to HQ/Borderline on post-match penalties in the Brikama Knock-out trophy. Regular time ended one-all but it was not until on penalties that the two were separated. Yarambamba slugged out a two-all stalemate with AC Milan but game couldn’t continue due to darkness. In a previous match, Orlando sealed a ticket to the next round of the ongoing Brikama Knockout Cup after dumping Scovill on post-match penalties following a one-all score in regular time. Elsewhere, Newton’s Sarjo Sanyang was the star-man when his team met Berewuleng as the former trashed the latter 2-0 in the Cup. Earlier Fortune were sent packing on post-match penalties by Santo-Su having slugged out a one-stalemate in the full 90-minute of play. Gidda Youths also joined Santo-Su to the next round of the Cup after defeating Talli Bu Bess. Amasa sealed a passage to next of things following a 2-1 victory over Gidda Arrows. Amasa rifled in the opening goal in the first-half before Gidda levelled when play resumed with an improbable free-kick goal. But it was Amasa who won the bragging rights adding another to make it 2-1. This clash was one of renewed rivalry. The score ticked two-all when the two sides met in the nawettan group stage with Gidda coming from behind force a 2-2 draw. In another meeting, Greater Tomorrow reduced Jaliba United to tatters walloping them for four goals without reply. The first half produced a goalless affair however resumption of play saw Greater Tomorrow rip apart their adversaries gingering in four goals in the space of twenty minutes. ]]>
By Yankuba Jallow The Banjul High Court presided over by Justice Aminata Saho-Ceesay has made an order that restrains all dealers from selling or offering...
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