FOROYAA Newspaper (Serrekunda)

25 April 2012

Gambia: Interior Suffer Setback At Manjai

Interior football club were thrashed by Serrekunda East football team by a goal to nil at the Manjai Park on the weekend.

Interior who did not play their last encounter with Banjul due to some reasons, were surprising defeated by SK East, who broke the deadlock in 74 minute when Bakary Danso put his die ahead.

The first half entered goalless nil whereby numerous chances were squandered from both sides.

The first half also witnessed a crummy game where none of them were able to find the target, interior missed to clear chance in the first half which could have catapulted them to the front of SK East.

As play continued in the 71 minutes Interior missed another clear opportunities when the ball went above the bar.

Interior were trying wholeheartedly to score SK East, but to their surprise SK East came in the 74 minute to snatch the lead interior therefore making several substitutions to find an equaliser but nothing materialized for them.

Interior Assan Njie tried all possible chances in creating for his mates to find a leveler but they were very unfortunate to share the points with SK East neither to collect all three points. Interior therefore suffers another setback, but despite not playing their last match against Banjul Utd, they were able to defeat Lamin Utd by three goals to one before the Banjul and SK East game.

In another development, Sait matty severely thrashed Tallinding 2 goals to nil.

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