Weekend sports news round-up

By Sulayman Bah

Fortune had Yarambamba packing in a well charged match to clinch theWeekend sports Brikama Nawettan Knockout title.

Played at the Boxbar mini-stadium, Friday’s event was the first time a team outside of Brikama is lifting the trophy in as many years. A brace from Patrick Silva proved sufficient to do the damage.

Still in the news, West Coast Region shoved off competition to emerge champions of the Miss NaYCONF 2014.

Musa Sise has been ushered as acting president of the Spots Journalists Association of the Gambia for a one-year period following Sainabou Kujab-Njie’s resignation. This move comes on the heel of a meeting held among executives of the association. This however, is subject to approval by the association’s general membership in its subsequent AGM.

Elsewhere, Norwegian-born Gambian Moussa Njie penned a one-year deal with an option to extend his contract with Norway’s premier league club Valaranga IF.

Meanwhile, Real de Banjul, this publication understands hired the services of Sukuta Super Nawettan team fans club to add flair to the Super Cup final.