Kampala – Wankulukuku was filled to capacity as folks converged to witness giants in the Ugandan football do what they are best at doing. History will tell you that SC Villa is the most successful club because they are sixteen time champions but the size of Express is comparable to their nemesis because ‘Mukwano gwa’bangi’ proved it.
The day’s difference between the two was made clear exactly like black and white with a goal scored by Allan Kyambadee. Before Kyambadee broke the deadlock at 68’ Villa undeniable made moves that showed interest and determination to keep clean sheet but Man of the Match Opio Emmanuel frustrated all their efforts with amazing saves eventually The Jogoos finally were laid to rest after long time.
Proline’s Nelson Sekantuka’s brace changed his goal tally to eight by scoring an early lead just 3 minutes into the game, and 38 minutes later. But first Soana’s Abdalla Nyanzi had leveled the scores, his teammates Alan Kayiwa and Francis Olaki are the men behind successful come back and the 2-3 victory.
Kirinya Jinja Senior Secondary School earned three points from visitors Police FC as a result of the only spot kick goal converted by Bashiri Mutanda, they moved from the relegation zone to 13th. Whereas The saints though conceded first, worked very hard to score an equalizer with a header and a stunning winning in the added time.
MATCH DAY 25 FIXTURES
JMC Hippos FC Vs BUL FC @ 4:00PM [Kakindu, Jinja]
Bright Stars FC Vs Kirinya Jinja SSS FC @ 4:00PM [C S, Mwererwe – Matugga ]
Full Time Results
Express 1 – 0 SC Villa
Kirinya Jinja SSS 1 – 0 Police
The Saints 2 – 1 JMC Hippos
Soana FC 3 – 2 Proline FC