Bright Stars beat URA a goal to nil and move sixth on the table as Nelson Senkatuka takes charge of the top scorer group.
Senkatuka scored the only goal that won the day for Bright Stars at the Champions Stadium-Matugga Mwererwe to secure their first ever win against the tax collectors in nine meetings.
The Bright Stars captain scored his fourth goal of the season in the first half at the 43rd minutes and this victory happens to be the second for the Kawempe based club this season.
Meanwhile losers URA is tenth on the table, with eight points, two wins, two draws and three defeats.
At the Fisheries Institute, the miseries of Masavu continues as Maroons through Solomon Walusimbi’s goal at the eightieth minutes made the final statement.
The win elevates Maroons to the ninth on the table as their points increased to nine after winning two games, drawing three and losing two.
Appalling Masavu still hold the table at the least bottom with four points, a win, a draw and five loses.
Visitors Mbarara City FC held Soana FC at the Kavumba recreation centre to a goalless draw.
Soana is off the relegation zone with six points, one win, one draw and three loses whereas Mbarara City repositions to eighth with nine points, two wins, three draws and two loses.
The Azam premier League match day seven returns tomorrow Wednesday 25th October with one fixture on the card as fifth place Police FC hosts third place Kirinya Jinja SSS at the Mandela National Stadium.