Ssekajugo inspired Onduparaka to a second sequential win in the Azam Uganda Premier League after beating Proline at the Philip Omondi Stadium.
The only first half goal scored by Viane Ssekajugo remained unreplied to by negative-Majubi Kasule’s boys hence giving the Arua based club their second win under new temporary coaching stuff.
After dominating the entire first half possession wise, the fruits became evident at the 41st minute when Kakooza set up Ssekajugo who dribbled a couple of Proline defenders before shooting past Saidi Keni.
Onduparaka could have taken an earlier lead if not for the saving hands of Keni when Ssekajugo first tried him.
The win shows ambitious Onduparaka who once was bitten refused the second biting as their last encounter at the Lugogo based grounds ended 3-1 last season.
Meanwhile it makes sense to say Mujib Kasule’s lack of enough believe in his boys cost him as he before the fixture admitted Onduparaka’s possibility of claiming the points wholesomely.
Kasule who also in the post-match interview conceived that Proline did not deserve to win the match and the result was worth, together with team risk being relegated as the defeat leaves them second last on the table with 19 points.
Despite the fact they managed to register their first win against Proline, Onduparaka’s position on the log remains unchanged except elevated their points to 36, one behind fourth place Kirinya Jinja SSS.
In other games, SC Villa shows unrelenting desire to win the trophy as they convincingly beat Soana FC 2-0 away from home.
An early first half goal by Martin Kizza within 60 seconds could be cancelled if Villa goal Keeper Samson Kirya didn’t save Steven Ategeka’s spot kick and rebound later.
Meanwhile Allan Kyambadde doubled the UPL table leaders lead at the 77th minute making Villa emerge victors of the fixture.
SC Villa’s lead get stretched with four point difference from second place Vipers six point difference from third place KCCA FC however the Kasasiro boys have two games at hand.
Police beat another relegation victim Masavu by 2-1 whereas UPDF seized all three points from URA at Bombo grounds following the 1-0 final result and displaced Mbarara City from the 12th spot.