Top of the table clash keeps Brikama on top

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The match is the last official encounter for the champions who went to camp straight from the Box bar ahead of their international clash against BYC of Liberia. It also marked a third draw in a row for a club which is undoubtedly finding it hard to rediscover its full strength and power that gave them the championship in two successive years.

In other matches, Wallidan drew nil – nil against GPA while Armed Forces beat Serekunda United 1-0.

Meanwhile the remaining half of the Week Seven programme continues tomorrow with Interior taking on Banjul United as Gamtel meet Bakau United. Brikama’s Bombada will meet Hawks at the Box Bar.

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