The Point (Banjul)

Gambia: Brikama United Beat Hawks

Brikama United on Sunday defeated Hawks 2-1 in the week six fixtures of the 2012-2013 Gamtel-Gamcel sponsored GFA division one league played at the Brikama Mini Stadium.

Brikama United, who were unable to establish themselves in the early stage of the game relied on counter attacks and created some goal-scoring opportunities.

Their efforts paid dividend in the 24th minute when winger wizard Bully Drammeh netted the opening goal from a stunning long range strike to give West Coast Region the lead.

Brikama United found themselves 2-0 ahead in the 40th minute when Bully Drammeh scored the second goal from a spectacular strike to complete his brace.

Omar Sarr's 48th minute strike only proves to be a consolation goal for Hawks.

Gamtel defeated hotel boys Seaview 2-0 at the Banjul KG5 Mini Stadium, with striker Hamang Conteh's brace for the telecom boys.

Elsewhere, Bakau giant killers Steve Biko were held to a goalless draw by struggling side Interior at the Serrekunda East Mini Stadium on the same day.

Steve Biko have got 11 points in six games, Brikama United and Gamtel are with 9 points each in five games with a game in hand against Bakau United and Real De Banjul.

Hawks and Seaview are with 5 points in six games, while Interior are struggling on the league standing with 4 points in six games.

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