By Sulayman Bah Gaffer Sulayman Kuyateh’s men will have to try another time after they failed to capitalize on the chance to go-joint second in the league on Wednesday. The Sateba Boys were held by the sixth-placed Gambia Ports Authority dashing Kuyateh’s plans to temporarily go joint-top of the 12-team standing after Alagie Sarr’s troop of Ferry Boys forced a one-all affair in week four. For their blip, the West Coast Region based divisional outfit will now have to be contented with a third-place status after they managed just one of three available points. Interior, in another intriguing league episode, settled for a 0-0 against seventh-placed Armed Forces who are unbeaten in as five domestic fixtures. Banjul United are unwilling to lose their heads over their last season feat, winning the FA Cup title in the first attempt and proving to be 2014’s revelation team. They are not resting on their laurels as they hammer one past a faltering Hawks who sits second-from-bottom. Hawks have a mere four points winning one match, losing two and drawing one in five games. Serrekunda United, meanwhile, managed to clutch their first point of the season following a drab nil-nil stalemate against eighth-placed Wallidan.]]>
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