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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

SJAG FC Suffer in the Hands of SESDO Elders

By Omar Bah
SJAG Football Team
Serrekunda East old players proved to be a better team than the Gambian sports writer’s as they registered two victories in row against them at the Serrekunda East mini stadium, both in friendly encounter.
Their first encounter was months ago when the Serrekunda East players thrashed sports journalist association FC  8-0 and the second was three-nil in favor of Serrekunda East (SESDO) meaning the sports journalists Football could not even registered a goal against the old hands of the Serrekunda East.
The second friendly which took place at the Serrekunda East on Monday was a friendly as well as a commemoration of the late Fatou Mbye a onetime active colleague in the media.
The match was purposely to maintain peace among ourselves as the SJAG president Sainabou Kujabi said: “We should work together as brothers and sisters for the good of our association because without peace development cannot be achieved.”
The game started well for the sports writers during the first half as they were playing well both in attack and defense, but appeared tired and fatigue as the Old Hands of Serrekunda used their experience to  overshadow them on the pitch.
Ousman Chorr was the man of the game as he came into the second half as substitute and manage to hit a brace that shot stopper Allasan Mballo could do nothing about before experienced Lamin Sillah netted the final goal of the day to give Serrekunda east a three-nil victory and the second consecutive victory over the pen pushers.

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