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 kick before League debutant Viane doubled their lead from midfielder Kakooza’s assist.

League Debutant Viane Celebrating his goal

The first ever victory of Onduparaka against Soana puts the Arua based side third on the table with ten points which equals Table leaders Police FC points except an inferior goal difference.

Meanwhile Soana FC is 15th on the table with four points after winning a game, losing three and drawing one.

SC villa beat UPDF 2–0 as well, with goals coming from Ambrose Kirya at 34 and Allan Kyambadee at 47.

The Jogoos seat 6th on the table with eight due to two deducted points, after three wins, one draw and one lose.

Whereas the UPDF is 14th on the table with four points after one win, one draw and three loses.

KCCA FC made a comeback to haunt BUL FC in their own home ground at the Kakindu stadium. Bul took the lead at the 18th minute through Richard Wandyaka’s tricky loop that ended at the back of the net.

Four minutes later Midfielder Paul Mucureezi equalized through a header from free kick taken by Mustapha Kizza before former BUL player Tito Okello gave the away team the lead at the 63rd minutes.

Mucureezi celebrates his equaliser with teammates

Kaddu doubled the lead for the away team from Poloto’s assist. The KCCA Academy graduate made a remarkable dribble past several defenders and created a notable scoring opportunity for Kaddu to score the third goal.

Kaddu doubled the lead

The Kasasiro boys now seat fourth on the table one point with less than one point behind the three table leaders Police, Vipers and Onduparaka who have 10 points.

The defeat means BUL FC is now 10th on the table with five points after two loses, two draws and one win.

Police FC came from behind to beat Vipers 2–1 at the Mandela National Stadium with equalizer goal scored by Hood Kaweesa at the 68th minutes and winning by Ben Ochan at the 72 minutes in spite of Milton Karisa putting the Kitende based club ahead at the 54th minute.

Da Costa celebrates Milton Karisa’s opener together with teammates

Police FC now leads the table with 10 points after three wins, one draw and one lose as Vipers follows due to the inferior goal difference in spite of the 10 points.