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
Nsibambi scores brace in Uganda’s 5-1 victory over South Sudan in the CECAFA Senior challenge cup at the Bukhungu Stadium.
Following a disappointing result in the previous fixture, Moses Basena’s boys replied well to his call by thumping the opponents in the 2nd fixture of Group B in which Milton Karisa
KCCA beat Police FC 2-0 at the StarTimes stadium and climb 3rd as Police remains table leaders with no increment of points.
New signings Muhammad Shaban and Allan Katerrega who joined the club on the same date scored in each splits respectively.
It was Sadam Juma who with great vision set up the
Mwebaze, Maroons’ coach complained about referee Brian Nsubuga’s decision on penalty awarded to their opponents Police FC after a foul committed on Norman Ojik by Maroons player resulting into the equalizer.
Having taken the lead, Mwebaze believes if not for the unfair refereeing decisions, Police wouldn’t have struck a balance.
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
Police FC lost 2–1 to Mbarara City FC at the Kakyeka Stadium during the encounter that took place in a rainy weather.
Police hope of equalling points with Onduparaka who had taken leadership of the table a day before were brought to stagnation after Mbarara City’s Hillary Mukundane accessed the net
Onduparaka beat Soana FC 2–0 at the Green Light stadium during match day five of the Uganda premier league to secure their first win against the Kavumba recreational based club.
Captain Toha Rashid gave the Caterpillars an early lead just one minute into the game with a header from Gadaffi’s free
Onduparaka beat Police FC at the green light stadium by a goal to nil in order to collect maximum points.
The caterpillars had a very difficult time in the first half as the visitors pressed them hard in such of goals.
Okhuti was unable to capitalize on a chance created by Gadafi,
Gigi Gift Ali a product of Kampala SS and KKL who in the later years was groomed in the Proline academy has officially said good bye to the club that natured him.
Gigi joined Proline in 2010 and has over the years grown to a better player in his seven years
Kampala – The wonders expected of Miguel De Costa is beginning to fade as Vipers under his training weeks ago were eliminated from Caf Confederation cup by South African Side Platinum stars. Big League side Paidha Black Angels knocked them out in the Uganda Cup lastly on Good Friday Police