Ssekajugo inspires Onduparaka to another win, SC Villa shows unrelenting desire, Police worsens Masavu state and UPDF improves position on the log

Ssekajugo inspired Onduparaka to a second sequential win in the Azam Uganda Premier League after beating Proline at the Philip Omondi Stadium. The only first half goal scored by Viane Ssekajugo remained unreplied to by negative-Majubi Kasule’s boys hence giving the Arua based club their second win under new temporary coaching

Sekajugo and Okuti score to revive peace at Green light Stadium as Onduparaka thumped Masavu

Sekajugo scored twice and Okuti once for Onduparaka against Masavu FC to rediscover their winning trend. Viane Sekajugo first accessed the net at the 3rd minute before completing a brace at the 19 minutes whereas Caesar Okuti made a summary at the 54th minute. The win is the second for Caterpillars in

Onduparaka partnership with Everton is a dream come true because…

Onduparaka just signed a memorandum of understanding with Everton for the community, a charity arm of English Premier League club Everton FC on March, 23rd 2018 at the Imperial Royal Hotel. As a result of the partnership, now of course Onduparaka being a component of the West Nile-UK health partnership consortium

KCCA FC 1-0 St. George FC: The Kasasiro boys qualify for the big boy’s game for the first time ever.

KCCA FC writes history as they not only qualified for the CAF Champions’ League group stages for the first time but became the first Ugandan side to do so. Muhammad Shaban’s second half header assisted by habitual suspect Mustapha Kizza gave KCCA command until the wake of the visitors at the

Shaban and Nsibambi to lead KCCA’s attack force against St. George

Shaban and Nsibambi will be the duo to lead the attacking force of KCCA against St. George of Ethiopia in the return leg of group stage qualifier of the CAF Champions League on Saturday afternoon according to Coach Mike Mutebi. KCCA will host the Ethiopian giant at the Star Times Stadium

KCCA FC away draw is perceived dangerous by Coach Mike Mutebi who otherwise is happy with the results.

KCCA FC managed to rub shoulders with continental big horns St. George of Ethiopia in the first leg of the CAF Champions League at Addis Ababa. The Ugandan side played a goalless draw with a superior side from Ethiopia who obviously created chances however weren’t clinical enough in front of the