URA FC demolished BUL FC 4–0 at the Mandela national stadium during match day 6 of the Azam Uganda Premier League.
The side coached by Kirya who has been on tension for poor start of the season took charge of the game at the 14th minutes with Sempa Charles first half strike.
A minute into the second half saw Kisekka Henry double URA lead and nineteen minutes later Ajab Abdurahman whose attempts in the first half proved futile finally yielded to triple URA lead.
Ronald Kikongo netted a final minute goal for the four time premier league champions as they came closer to 6th on the table with eight points, two draws, two loses and two wins.
Meanwhile BUL which has not secured any win from URA in their last three encounters now is positioned 13th on the table with five points, one win, two draws and three loses.
At the Bugembe stadium, Kirinya collected maximum points from the fixture with Proline as they beat the visitors 2–1.
Mujib Kasule’s boys took the lead from a well converted spot kick by David Owori at the 30th minute before Musa Esenu scored a brace in the first half.
The Jinja side now seats at the top of the table with eleven points, three wins, two draws and one lose meanwhile the Wandegeya based is eighth on the log with seven points, two wins, one draw and three loses.
At the Startimes Stadium-Lugogo, the woes of KCCA seem to have returned as Mike Mutebi’s boys shared spoils with Bright Stars in a goalless draw.
KCCA after series of attempt to score manage to get a goal cancelled by the referee because of Kaddu being offside.
The Kasasiro boys could have gotten goal at the 8th minute if Allan Okello was clinical in his, the midfield virtuoso was denied a goal at the 40th minute by the cross bar again meanwhile attempts by Isaac Muleme, substitute Sadam Juma, Kizza Mustapha, Timothy Awany in different intervals all were wasteful.
Fred Kajobe’s main man Nelson Senkatuka though was in the pitch, his effort was not enough to pull a goal to differentiate his side instead he besides teammate Suleiman Ssebunza and Andrew Kaggwa were booked whereas Sadam Juma of KCCA also received a yellow card.
Following the draw, KCCA is positioned second on the table with ten points, two wins, four draws and zero lose.
Bright Stars is tenth on the table with seven points, four draws and one lose. The premier league match day six returns tomorrow (Wednesday) 18th October with Maroons hosting SC Villa at the Luzira Prisons Ground as at the St. Mary’s Stadium-Kitende, Vipers will seek to balance lost points from Soana.