SC Villa were forced to a one all draw by Mbarara FC at the Kakyeka Stadium after a late goal by Emma Obina.
Title chasing Villa took charge goal-wise when Yubu Bogere’s attempt beat Kimera Ali at the 38th minute.
But a pushy Mbarara City through a stoppage time penalty taken successfully
Senkatuka scored two goals for Bright Stars to emerge victors over relegation contestant Express at the Champions Stadium.
Nelson Senkatuka opened scores at the 40th minute before Express found levels through Alfred Leku’s goal at the 45th minute.
Whereas the 65th minute blessed Senkatuka as the Uganda Cranes international with a Solo
KCCA beat Kirinya Jinja SSS 2-1 at the Star Times stadium to jump in front of Police FC and maintain the inferior five-point difference with table leaders Villa.
Patrick Kaddu’s brace gave the home side the first lead and restored the lead following Fred Amaku’s goal in between that threatened to
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
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
Bul FC worsen Express FC woes as the Red Eagles suffered another defeat in the Azam Uganda premier league fixture at the Kakindu stadium, Jinja.
Bul FC had a goal scoring chance through Crespo Asiku whose attempt with the header failed but still resulted into a goal scoring opportunity for Daniel
Onduparaka beat Express 2–1 in match day six of the Premier League at the Wankulukuku Stadium with goals from Leku and Okhuti.
Inspite of a goalless, and largely dominated first half by the home side, Onduparaka got a break through at the 46 minute with a goal from Alfred Leku.
URA ends the goal drought in match day one of the Uganda Premier League by beating UPDF 2–1 at Namboole.
The premier league that started yesterday with five matches amongst which four ended goalless with the exception of the Villa encounter with Soana in which left footed midfielder Tabu Vitalis scored
Onduparaka, SC Villa, Soana, Express, URA all won their second last games of the league with enthusiasm in-spite KCCA FC is known to have held back their title.
At the Green light stadium, the Arua side, maintained a clean home record for the whole season and over 1440 days.
Muhamad ‘Jagason’ Shaban
Kampala – Proline defeated Express in a less standard match at the Wankulukuku stadium as a result of Bayo Fahad’s brace that came in the both splits.
Bayo first scored at the 42nd minute and two minutes after second half started, the boy from Arua completed a brace for Mujib Kasule’s