Rashid successful converted the penalty to restore Onduparaka Lead against The Saints

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 who struggled to keep up to par in the race for the golden boot with Geoffrey Sserunkuma, managed to take his goal tally to 13 after his goal gave The Caterpillars the first lead.

Before the end of first half, The Saints leveled the scores through Gerald Bagole’s 44th minutes strike. Recent penalty taker, Toha Rashid restored the home lead in the second half from a spot kick before The Saints equalized again.

What was about to be another frustrating evening in Onduparaka trading center turned out as usually bright in the additional time when 18-year-old Kabon ‘Messi’ Living notched the decisive goal  which sparked cavyo [fracas] from the visiting team who believed the goal was scored when the additional time ended.

The results give Onduparaka Opportunity to remain 5th above Express which through Mahad Yaya’s goal won relegated Sadolin Paints. On the other side, The Saints are 9th, a position they will finish regardless of the final results in the last games.

Somehow Vipers seems settled and could finish third on the table after dropping points to Sports Club villa at the Masaka recreational ground. Umar Kasumba’s goal gave The Jogoos victory and now Villa remains second on the table.

Soana FC battled it with Bul, with both teams trying hard to access the net, only Soana managed successful hence retained three points. Olaki’s second half strike gave the home side victory and now seats 7th as Bul is 11th on the table.

Meanwhile URA’s Bokota Labama goal gave the home side victory over visitors Bright Stars. Kirya’s side is fourth on the table and will finish above Onduparaka however have chance to displace Vipers from 3rd if they win and the Entebbe road side loses in the next fixture.

As Lweza that is considered to feature in the big league next season pulled a goalless draw with KJSS, drama was witnessed in Kakindu because JMC and Police match was abandoned at the 65th minute due to interference caused by hooliganism.


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