By Sulayman Bah
Brikama are on the verge of sealing off a quarter-final place after shoving off Serrekunda East Sunday evening.
An encounter that wrapped up in favour of the Sateba Boys, saw the East outfit dominate in possession with a floodgate of chances but fell short of converting any of their near-goal opportunities.
Brikama who were forced to retract to the back foot, pounced on kamikaze defending by the East side to bury home two goals from Silva and a spot-kick from Sainey Sambou.
The win puts gaffer Alieu John Ndure’s troop on the brink of reaching the quarter-finals as they top Group B on nine points.
Earlier last week, they hammered Sukuta three unanswered goals making it three wins in three matches proving so far the most consistent winning team in the Premier Games-sponsored Super Nawettan
on the row with a 1-0 defeat to Brufut.