21 December 2012

Gambia: Brikama Setup Bakau Scintillating Zonal Final

Brikama zonal team sent West Coast neighours packing on the wings in excruciating agony putting three goals past Brufut.

Brikama led 2-1 at first-half before adding another to hammer the final nail to the coffin, as a full to the brim Boxbar mini-stadium buzzed in tumultuous fanfare.

The victory confirmed Brikama as finalist and Coach Ndure will be credited for the rollercoaster crazed moment gripping the WCR side.

Omar Bojang opened the score before midfielder Sainey Sambou made it 2-0. Brufut's Lamin Touray pulled a goal back but Foday Saidy nicknamed 'Ekedia' slammed home the final goal for a 3-1 score.

Alagie John Ndure reshaped Brikama's hopes after an abysmal poor run which partly cost former manager Kabou his coaching job among a host of other allegations he is accused of by the BYSC.

Brikama now meets up Bakau in a would-be nail-biting duel in the finals of the super Nawettan.

Bakau returned to the tourney after a suspension for an unsportsmanlike conduct.

However, section of the Brufut camp has question the zonal organising committee's decision to play the fixture with Brikama at the Boxbar stadium instead of a neutral ground.

The committee has been accused of unfairly handed Brikama an advantage in an allege calculated move.

But despite these allegations, the claims will do little to sabotage jubilating Brikama fans.

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