Yafes opened account with Onduparaka as the Arua based side beat Bul FC 1-0 at the Green Light Stadium to register first win in the second round of the premier League.
The Caterpillars differentiated themselves from the visitors from Jinja at half an hour Mark when former Express player Mubiru Yafesi
Vipers lagged by a goal just two minutes into the kick off when Police FC forward Norman Ojik attempted outsmarted Yayo Lutimba before going past Alitho.
Cranes International Milton Karisa levelled the scores four minutes later before Erisa Ssekisambu put the home side in charge of the game at the 24th
KCCA defeated 2-1 by CNaps with a last minute goal grabbed by the Madagascar giants.
Each side were attack minded though distinct scoring chances showed up for the Ugandan side through Timothy Awany and Derrick Nsibambi.
Whereas Nsibambi goal was nullified for offside and Awany was denied by the cross bar all
Paulinho scored after Suarez’s opener before both went on to completing their braces whereas Messi was involved in two of those goals and experienced frustration from the woodwork in three occasions.
In the 4-0 victory, at the 29th minute Barcelona striker Luis Suarez tapped home Messi’s assist. 12 minutes later, Brazil
Kitata scored towards the end of the game for SC Villa as the traditional giants climb on top of the table.
After 88 minutes of goal drought, substitute Alex Kitata who was introduced at the 79th minutes notched the much needed goal for Villa to differentiate the two sides.
Kitata was introduced
URA played a goalless draw with SC Villa at the Mandela National Stadium, Namboole this evening.
The side coached by Ibrahim Kirya needed nothing but a win as talks about Kirya’s unpredictable future are already all over due to average to low performance of the once a giant side.
URA managed to
Police FC beat UPDF a goal to nil at the Bombo barracks grounds as they climb on top of the table with two points clear ahead of second place Onduparaka.
Police emerge victorious in the fixture after the only goal Hood Kaweesa scored at the 18th minutes received no reply from
Leicester adds more sorrows to manager-less Everton as The Toffees have gone four matches without a win.
Jamie Vardy strike at the 18th minutes before Gray doubled the lead for 2015/ 2016 champions at the 29th minutes.
The new manager of Leicester Claude Puel liked the attitude of his new boys and
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
Onduparaka beat Soana FC 2–0 at the Green Light stadium during match day five of the Uganda premier league to secure their first win against the Kavumba recreational based club.
Captain Toha Rashid gave the Caterpillars an early lead just one minute into the game with a header from Gadaffi’s free