Onduparaka beat Maroons FC 2–0 at the Luzira play grounds in match day two of the Azam Uganda premier league.
Veteran striker Caesar Okhuti scored two goals for the Arua side to collect maximum points and claim the second position on the log.
The former KCCA and Express striker was assisted by Bida Ezra to net the first goal at the 54 minutes before accomplishing a brace minutes later.
Whereas in Western Uganda Mbarara City FC triumph over giants Express FC, Pistis Barenge gave scored to ensure the victory for Ankole Lions.
At Kakindu, URA suffered a 1–0 socking defeat to Kirinya Jinja SSS as a result of Ivan Ntege’s goal for the home side.
Defending champions KCCA shared spoils with UPDF at the Bombo Barracks grounds. Midfielder Muzamiru Mutyaba opened scores for the Kasasiro boys at the 41 before the home side equalized through Katende Ezekiel’s unstoppable shot.
52 minutes show new signing Martin Kaddu win a penalty which Derrick Nsibambi shot over the bar.
Sixteen time champion SC Villa and Police FC as well shared spoils at the Mandela National Stadium. Godfrey Lwesibawa gave Villa the lead at 30 minutes, before Hood Kaweesa leveled matters 15 minutes to full time.
Masavu beat Proline by a goal to nil to collect maximum points at the Star Times Stadium. Abraham Ndugwa’s first half goal gave hope to the side that experienced frustration because of points lost due to failure to adhere with FUFA licensing policies.
Police FC now seats at the top of the table with four points after two games, a win and draw. Onduparaka follows with four points after two games, a win and draw, SC Villa third with four points, a win and a draw.
Kirinya JSSS, Mbarara City FC, and Vipers SC, follow in the respective order with four points, after a win and draw. URA and Masavu are seven and eighth with three points, two games after a win and lose.
KCCA and UPDF are tenth and eleventh, Express is fourteenth, Proline fifteenth and Maroons sixteenth.