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
Senkatuka scored two goals for Bright Stars to emerge victors over relegation contestant Express at the Champions Stadium.
Nelson Senkatuka opened scores at the 40th minute before Express found levels through Alfred Leku’s goal at the 45th minute.
Whereas the 65th minute blessed Senkatuka as the Uganda Cranes international with a Solo
Senkatuka and Moses Okot score to torment Onduparaka again at the Champions Stadium Matugga Mwererwe.
The memories of fake goals conceded by Onduparaka the previous season were retrieved after captain Nelson Senkatuka put the hosts in charge at the 27th minutes to increase his season goal tally to 5 before setting
Onduparaka and Mbarara City FC share spoils as the encounter ended in a goalless draw at the Green Light Stadium.
In the wet ground and cloudy weather, Onduparaka faced it rough as Mbarara surprised them with a resilient and determined attitude to collect a point.
Onduparaka had the first chances to score
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
URA FC demolished BUL FC 4–0 at the Mandela national stadium during match day 6 of the Azam Uganda Premier League.The side coached by Kirya who has been on tension for poor start of the season took charge of the game at the 14th minutes with Sempa Charles first half
Sekantuka and Joshua Kawadwa’s goals brighten the stars for Bright Stars as the Matugga based club beat Kirinya Jinja SSS 2–1.Musa Esenu gave KJSSS the first lead just five minutes into the game before Sekantuka leveled the scores at the 30 minutes. Sheif Batte crossed very well for the former
Fans of football in Uganda complaint of the increase of ticket price by clubs as the new season begins today.As fans will be flocking stadia in different parts of the region and country, a section of fans appreciate the start of the season and expressed excitement as others were dismayed
Onduparaka, SC Villa, Soana, Express, URA all won their second last games of the league with enthusiasm in-spite KCCA FC is known to have held back their title.At the Green light stadium, the Arua side, maintained a clean home record for the whole season and over 1440 days.Muhamad ‘Jagason’ Shaban