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
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
SC Villa determinedly beat URA 3-0 to reclaim top spot amidst possession enjoyed by the toothless away side.
Following the painful one nil lose to KCCA FC in their previous fixture, midfielder Martin Kizza understood the need to make goals hence netted at an hour mark before he doubled their lead
Okello came in as a direct replacement for Nunda Jackson at the start of second half and scored the only goal that separated the two sides, KCCA FC and SC Villa after 85 minutes of goal dearth.
SC Villa dominated the game as they enjoyed possession for most part of the
KCCA beat Kirinya Jinja SSS 2-1 at the Star Times stadium to jump in front of Police FC and maintain the inferior five-point difference with table leaders Villa.
Patrick Kaddu’s brace gave the home side the first lead and restored the lead following Fred Amaku’s goal in between that threatened to
SC Villa triumph over Masavu FC with ease as they stretched their lead at the top of the table with 5 points.
Goals from Benard Muwanga, Abel Eturu’de, Yubu Bogere enables the high flying SC Villa register their 5th consecutive win in a sequence.
Villa midfielder Eturu’de Abel who had not scored
Kitata scored towards the end of the game for SC Villa as the traditional giants climb on top of the table.
After 88 minutes of goal drought, substitute Alex Kitata who was introduced at the 79th minutes notched the much needed goal for Villa to differentiate the two sides.
Kitata was introduced
SC Villa beat Onduparaka FC a goal to nil at Masaka recreational grounds to possess 3rd position as the Arua based club sinks down in the Azam Uganda Premier league in the meantime.
George Senkaba’s 67th minute goal broke the deadlock and made the difference between the two sides.
SC villa has
URA played a goalless draw with SC Villa at the Mandela National Stadium, Namboole this evening.
The side coached by Ibrahim Kirya needed nothing but a win as talks about Kirya’s unpredictable future are already all over due to average to low performance of the once a giant side.
URA managed to
Onduparaka and Vipers played a goalless draw at the Green Light Stadium as the Caterpillars maintained their unbeaten home record.
In the match that was highly attended by spectators, Onduparaka's home ground continued to be a dean of no return for opponents regardless of their size.
The Caterpillars though created a few