Goals galore for Gambians as Barrow, Steve, Sowe and Njie net

It was goals galore for Gambian footballers as a few found their scoring boots to guide their teams to victories at the weekend.

In England, Scorpions winger Modou Barrow turned provider before scoring for Reading FC whose fight for survival took a positive twist as they beat high-flying Preston North End 2-1 at Madejski Stadium.

GFF Div One Update: PSV secure first win as Wallidan bounces back

BY: GFF Media

Looking doomed as they head into Week 17 of the Gambia’s First Division league, PSV Wellingara’s slim quest for survival received a welcome boost on Friday when they stunned title hopefuls Brikama United with a 1-0 win at the Box Bar mini stadium.

For the first time in their history, the Wellingara-based side’s points in the top flight reached double figures with the three points taking the maiden first division campaigners to 11 points, five adrift of safety with night matches remaining.

Women’s Football: Red Scorpions scoop Div One title

BY: GFF Media

Red Scorpions have won the national Women’s First Division league after defeating nearest challengers to the title to establish an unassailable nine point lead with only two matches to spare.

In a top of the table clash at the National Technical Training Centre at Old Yundum, the defending champions Interior FC had the chance to cut Red Scorpions’ lead at the top to just three points heading into the final two matches but their 2-0 defeat at the hands of their traditional rivals instead means they have surrendered their crown to the Jeshwang-based side who would no longer be caught on the standing.

GFF Div Two Update: Waa Banjul extend lead while Sporting Real falter

BY: GFF Media

A whooping 20 goals were scored at the weekend in Week 19 of the Gambia Football Federation Division Two league.

The biggest winners were Waa Banjul who mauled Brufut United 3-0 at the Box Bar mini stadium in Brikama to open up a four-point lead at the top of the table. They’re on 42 points, followed by Sporting Real in second with 38 points.