Onduparaka and Vipers played a goalless draw at the Green Light Stadium as the Caterpillars maintained their unbeaten home record.

In the match that was highly attended by spectators, Onduparaka’s home ground continued to be a dean of no return for opponents regardless of their size.

Onduparaka played in their kit which has MTN logo

The Caterpillars though created a few chances and limited attempts, one of the fewest came via Kabon Living who made an attempt on goal which went wide meanwhile two minutes late Bakaki headed a chance wide from a free kick.

Vipers’ had a chance to make a difference from a free kick again taken by Tom Masiko which Nicolas Sebwato punched and Brian Nkuubi couldn’t make a clinical finish from the rebound before half time.

The second half saw Onduparaka endured pressure from the visitors, thanks to Sebwato’s brilliant saves. Kakooza tried a shot which went wide and the two sides couldn’t score in the second half either.

The draw takes Onduparaka to the top of the table with 14 points, one point ahead of second place Police FC.

Onduparaka will play their next fixture against Bul FC on 3rd November at the Kakindu stadium Jinja.

Meanwhile Vipers who have failed to win their last three fixtures is now seated third on the table with 12 points. They will as well play their next fixture on 3rd November still away to Mbarara City FC at the Kakyeka Stadium.

At the Masaka recreational grounds, SC Villa put KCCA to sword as the Kasasiro boys results continue to be below par.

Allan Kyambadde scored a brilliant 25 yards goal

Allan Kyambade’s powerful shot at the 4th minutes from 22-yards went past goal keepers Benjamin Ochan to give the home side the lead as they continued to dictate on the game with zeal.

After a relentless effort by KCCA to seek for an equalizer, they finally found the back of the net through Timothy Awany who scored his first goal of the season.

Abel Eturu’de played well in the midfield for SC Villa

Sadam Juma took a free kick which the goal Villa Keeper saved but recklessly left the ball on Awany’s head to be headed into the net.

Two minutes later, Martin Kizza restored Villa’s lead with header off Ibrahim Kiyemba’s free kick as they broke KCCA’s unbeaten record in the season.

The results leaves SC Villa fourth on the table with equal points same as Vipers but inferior goal difference. The sixteen time champions will play their next fixture on 4th November at the Mandela National Stadium against URA FC.

Meanwhile KCCA FC is sixth on the table with ten points, two wins, four draws and four loses. The defending champions will play their next fixture on 4th November against Masavu at the Star Times Stadium.

Proline FC pull to pieces hopeless UPDF the more as they beat the army team 4–2 at the Star Times stadium.

Dan Isiagi netted the opener with a power header off David Owori’s cross as Issa Mubiru leveled the scores before the half time.

Owori restored Proline lead at the 47th minutes from spot kick as Julius Malimungu equalized for UPDF 25 minutes later.

Isiagi completed his brace to put the home side in charge again at the 75th minutes before Fahad Bayo called it a complete good day with the fourth goal at the 79th minutes.

The win positions Proline seventh on the table with ten points, three wins, one draw and three loses. Mujib Kasule’s boys will play their next fixture on 31st October away to Maroons.

Meanwhile UPDF is 15th on the table with five points, one win, one draw and five loses. They will play their next fixture at the Bombo Barracks ground on 31st October 2017.