• February 3, 2024

B4U Fight Back not Enough as Jarra West move closer to Safety

By Pa Furmus Correa

B4U Kiang West poor start to the domestic GFF second division continues after Jarra West hand them their 8th defeat of the season.

Both team unite to show brotherhood as it is a local derby, PC 📸 Jarra West

Jarra West began with a dream start with Buba Darboe opening the scoring in the 23rd minute only for Musa Drammeh to level for B4U in the 38th minute. The goals continued right away after the restart with Buba Sey restoring Jarra’s lead at 39 before B4U levelled on 68 through Dawda Camara.

The last goal of the match was saved for Jarra’s Lamin Sanneh on the 76th minute to separate the two teams and this time just like it started it ended.

Jarra West FC move to a 15th While B4U Kiang West sit penultimate on the 18 team GFF division two table as of today. The LRR brotherly contest and bargain rights goes to Jarra West.

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