By Sulayman Bah
Brufut United entrenched their lead at the summit of the country’s second tier making a light work of Immigration FC.
Omar Jarjue spurred Brufut in the lead after twenty-eight minutes before Alagie Gibba doubled the advantage in the forty-eighth minute allowing new entrant Malick Ceesay to strike the final nail to the coffin.
The goals condemn the security outfit to slump further down the league order adding to their unimpressive run of games.
Else second-placed Marimoo did just what they thought of Lions of Banjul –teaching them a footballing lesson –with three unanswered goals in the week eight of the Second Division.
Star striker Jankuba Jallow broke the deadlock before Saikou Touray made it two while Jallow scores again to complete a romping in fashion.
Lamin United in another game also bit the dust to Bakau United while Interior got the points over PSV Wellingara on a slender 1-0 score and Blue Star shoved over BK Milan.
Young Africans were humbled by Red Hawks and East Bi drew Talliding United in a derby fixture.