By Sulayman Bah The league summit spot is open for grabs after a struggling Bakau heldFirst Division wrap back a ten-man Real De Banjul to throw the chase open to the reach of contenders after the capital side led through last week. The goalless draw at the SK East Park still leaves Real temporarily at top of things two points ahead of second-placed Gamtel who were in action at press time yesterday. Victory for Tapha’s men –who are on ten points – will see the telecom side swagger to the top by one point. Bombada earlier on Saturday strolled to within second place on ten points after mauling Banjul United 2-0 –their second defeat of the season –consequently applying the breaks on the FA Cup winners’ impressive streak. Gambia Armed Forces suffered their first defeat to the new season of the GFF top flight renamed First Eco Partners First Division League on the heel of a D3m sponsorship package with the renewable energy company, in week six, following a 2-1 loss to Ports Authority. Hawks and Serrekunda United, Brikama-Wallidan and Gamtel and Interior were slugging it out Sunday evening.]]>

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