Freetown City outfit strengthened their push to the top with a 1-0 over FC Kallon on Friday at the Siaka Steven Stadium. Photo credit: Lamin Tarawallie
Kwame Nketiah registered the only goal for the away side to ensure a second straight loss for the Cavaliers in the ongoing Sierra Leone Premier League season.
As a result, Kallon FC has slipped down to eighth in the pecking other after the two disappointing results.
Not many will have fancied the Freetown City side to overcome their counterpart as this result moved them up to fifth on the log.
On Monday, away from home against Diamond Stars, Kallon FC suffered a 2-1 defeat in Koidu before their home slumber.
The season continues today with two matches across the country. Bo Rangers will take on Bai Bureh Warriors as Anti-Drugs hosts Ole Edwardians.
Meanwhile, on Wednesday, the Ports Authority and Kamboi Eagles played to a goalless draw in Freetown.
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