SC Villa were forced to a one all draw by Mbarara FC at the Kakyeka Stadium after a late goal by Emma Obina.
Title chasing Villa took charge goal-wise when Yubu Bogere’s attempt beat Kimera Ali at the 38th minute.
But a pushy Mbarara City through a stoppage time penalty taken successfully by Ibe Emmanuel Obina ensured the homes side shared points with the visitors before the final whistle.
The draw for SC Villa has put their points at stake as with an equal 25 games played, they remain second on the table with 50 points, two behind table leaders Vipers SC.
Whereas Mbarara City are 13th on the table with 27 points in 13 games.
Express FC were also held to a one all draw by Maroons FC at the Luzira Prison grounds. Goals from Michael Birungi and Ssenyonga for Express and Maroons guaranteed the results.
The draw which Shafic Bisaso didn’t expect takes his side to the 14th spot with 26 points in 25 games. On the other side 6th place Maroons FC have 35 points in 26 games.
Bright stars came from behind to beat Kirinya Jinja 2-1 to be the third side to win at Bugembe against the Charles Ayieko’s boys this season.
The league top scorer now with 13 goals Nelson Senkatuka with that particular effort and Andrew Kaggwa’s winning goal gave Fred Kajoba’s side, Bright Stars their first victory over Kirinya Jinja SSS.
The result inevitably leaves KJSSS 5th on the table with 38 points in 26 outings but elevates the Matugga based club to 7th with 33 points in 25 games.
The league continues next week on Tuesday 1st, May 2018 with five games on card. Express will host KCCA, Bright Stars invite UPDF, Maroons travel to Kakindu to face BUL FC. Police FC will seek redemption from Soana at Namboole, and Vipers will take their excitement to Philip Omondi stadium Lugogo as Proline waits on them.