The 2016 Serrekunda West Modou Inna Sey Memorial Knockout Trophy competition is in full swing at the Serrekunda West mini-stadium.
Last Friday, Old Jeshwang narrowly defeated Jarinton by a lone goal in the 3pm game, as Pipeline won Erinjang 7-6 in a post-match penalty shoot-out following a goalless draw in the 5pm encounter.
On Saturday, Sticklers were awarded the maximum points as Old Hands failed to turn up for the 3pm game, while DK City won Uprising 5-4 in a post-match penalty shoot-out following a goalless stalemate at 5pm.
On Sunday, Ruhagi won DK United 8-7 in a post-match penalty shoot-out following a 2-2 draw in the 9am encounter; Kanifing Layout narrowly eliminated neighbours Kanifing Estate by a lone goal in the 11am game. On the same Sunday, Cambel Town also booked their ticket to the next stage of the competition after a 4-3 post match penalty shoot-out win following a goalless draw, as Tababi also eliminated Happapa 4-3 in a post-match penalty following goalless draw at regulation time.
At the time of filing this report yesterday (Monday), Manga 11 was preparing to face Kanifing United in the 3pm fixture, while Bijilo-based Sankum FC was to take on Janta Bi at 5pm.
Today’s (Tuesday) fixtures will see Blackpool take on Pipeline at 3pm, while Pencha takes on Old Jeshwang at 5pm.
by Fatou Trawally & Fatou Gassama