Yesterday the appeal and disciplinary sub- committee of BYSA announced they found the grounds for appeal genuine and accordingly stripped Amasa FC of their victory and awarded it to Berewuleng FC.
They further said Amasa were found to have used an ineligible player in the November 1 quarter final.
In a telephone interview with Brikama Community Radio, Alhagie Darboe, secretary of BYSA said Bere appealed against the ineligibility of Lamin Bayo who played in the Gunjur Nawettan qualifiers for a team which has qualified to the proper nawettan stages in that zone before coming to join the Brikama nawettan.
“The appeal and disciplinary committee indeed has proven beyond all reasonable doubt that such an offense was committed in violation of the super nawettan rules and regulations,” he said.
Berewuleng will now play Fortune FC of Farato in the second semi-finals of the league slated for Sunday 16 November. Meanwhile, BYSA has dismissed the appeal of Jespa FC against Fortune. The grounds of appeal alleged that Fortune had fielded a player in their match against Jespa who should have skipped that match because of yellow cards he received in previous matches. But this was found not to be the case by BYSA who ruled that the result stands in favour of Fortune.]]>