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 struggling UPDF.

Kaweesa’s valuable goal takes his tally to four, equivalent to Nelson Senkatuka who scored his fourth in their last fixture.

The result means Police have now gathered sixteen points from the five wins and one draw as the other two games ended in defeat.

Meanwhile UPDF who just hired Steven Bogere as the new head coach to replace resigned Moses Basena has now registered five loses and only managed to get a win from Express FC as the rest of the fixtures ended in a draw.

The army team consequently remains stagnant in the fifteenth position with only five points, one point clear ahead of bottom place Masavu FC.

While at Luzira grounds, Chika Sydney’s 18 minutes goal enabled Maroons beat Proline a goal to nil as they move from tenth to fifth on the table with twelve points, three wins, three draws and two loses.

Meanwhile Proline remains ninth on the table with ten points, three wins, one draw and four defeats.

At Wankulukuku, Express and Bright Stars witnessed the absence of goals as both sides played the entire ninety minutes goalless.

With the shared points, Express FC climbs ahead of Bul FC with whom they share points but a superior goal difference entitles the Red eagles the twelfth position.

Jinja side Bul FC though pushed downwards is ahead of relegation zone with eight points, two wins, two draws and three loses.

The premier league match day eight continues on Friday 3rd November with actions at Kakindu Stadium as ambitious Onduparaka FC visits Bul FC meanwhile Mbarara FC hosts Vipers SC at the Kakyeka Stadium.

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