The Point (Banjul)

27 December 2012

Gambia: Kombo Kerewan Rejuvenate Lead in WCR Third Division Qualifiers

Kombo Kerewan have maintained their hundred percent record in the ongoing West Coast Region third division qualifiers after a 1-0 victory over Black and White of Berending, in the group A game played at the Kombo Kerewan Football Field at the weekend.

Bombada maintained their unbeaten form in the qualifiers with a 1-1 draw against Sifoe United in the group B game played at the Mini Stadium on the same day.

Elsewhere, Immigration snatched their first win in the qualifiers, after a 2-1 win over Foni Kansala in the group A encounter played at the Late Sanna Jatta Memorial Football Field, on the same day.

Kombo Kerewan are still the leading group A side with maximum 6 points in two games; Immigration are 2nd position with 3 points in two games; Black and White of Berending are 3rd position with 3 points in two games, but Immigration is leading Black and White of Berending on goal difference.

Foni Kansala is languishing at the bottom of group A with zero points in two outings;

Bombada is leading group B with 4 points in two games; Sifoe are in 2nd position with a single point, and Foni Kansala and Brufut are both without a point.

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