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
Sserunkuma notched twice for Vipers to beat Mbarara City FC and climb on top of the Azam Uganda Premier League table.
It took 24 minutes for the former Express FC forward to register a brace to his name. Sserunkuma first scored at the 11th minute off Ssekisambu’s assist before taking advantage
KCCA and Mbarara City played a goalless draw in match day 13 at the Kakyeka Stadium in Mbarara.
The defending champions were showed a signs of no win by the hosts from the start as they made their first attempt on goal at the 2nd minutes.
The 9th minutes saw Ali Kimera
Onduparaka and Mbarara City FC share spoils as the encounter ended in a goalless draw at the Green Light Stadium.
In the wet ground and cloudy weather, Onduparaka faced it rough as Mbarara surprised them with a resilient and determined attitude to collect a point.
Onduparaka had the first chances to score
Vipers controversially beat Mbarara City Fc 1 – 0 at the Kakyeka stadium to move second in the Azam Premier League.
After 79 minutes of goalless play, substitute Mbayi Clovis Moussa strike into the net at a close range although the lines men cancelled, Tulu Muzamil the centre referee considered it
Police FC lost 2–1 to Mbarara City FC at the Kakyeka Stadium during the encounter that took place in a rainy weather.
Police hope of equalling points with Onduparaka who had taken leadership of the table a day before were brought to stagnation after Mbarara City’s Hillary Mukundane accessed the net
Proline outclassed Mbarara City FC in a 3–0 win at the Startimes stadium Lugogo in day five fixture of the Uganda Premier League.
Bayo Fahad and Sula Matovu’s first half goals gave the home side a two nil lead with Bayo’s goal coming at the 3rd minutes as Matovu’s at the
Makumbi signed a new contract with Mbarara City FC before the beginning of the season but unexpectedly didn’t physically turn up on match day one fixture against Bul FC inspite of being named on the team sheet as the coach.
The former Soana Coach reportedly officially wedded his wife last Saturday
Nuwagaba Gereves believes Mbarara city FC will be a force to reckon in the Azam Uganda premier league as long as the fans come to support the team.
Mbarara FC is amongst the three newly promoted teams to Uganda’s top tier football competition the Uganda premier League.
One of the players Nuwagaba
Makumbi signed a one year contract today with Mbarara City FC which will keep him with the Western Uganda Club till 2018.
The Coach who was behind victory the Ankole lions had over Synergy to gain promotion to Uganda’s first tier league the Azam Uganda Premier League expressed happiness for the