2016/17 Azam Uganda Premier League:
Tuesday 14th March, 2017 Results:
- The Saints 0-2 Sc Villa Jogoo
- BUL 2-0 Bright Stars FC
- Sadolin Paints 0-0 Lweza
- Soana 1-1 JMC Hippos
- Express 4-3 Police
Sports Club Villa Jogoo for the first time this season climbed aloft the log of the Azam Uganda Premier League following the 2-0 victory against The Saints at the Champions stadium in Mwererwe.
Emmanuel Okwi and John Adriko got the goals for Wasswa Bbosa’s coached side away from home.
SC Villa Jogoo now has 44 points from 22 games, four matches better of second placed KCCA F.C.
In Jinja, BUL continued their fight against relegation with a well worked out 2-0 home win past visiting Bright Stars at the Kakindu stadium.
First half substitute Robert Achema scored a double, the first a penalty and the second a well tapped effort off David Bagoole’s cut back.
Both of BUL’s goals came in the second stanza of the game.
A 10 man Sadolin Paints side was held to a goal-less draw by Lweza at the Mandela National Stadium.
Ronald Lukungu was red carded on the half hour mark as the home side with a man less for almost 60 minutes.
At the Mutesa II Stadium, Wankulukuku, home club Express registered a 4-3 victory past Police in a 7 goals thriller.
Mahad Kakooza, Allan Kyambadde (brace) and Simon Sserunkuma were on target for Matia Lule’s charges, also baptized as the ‘Red Eagles’ time immemorial.
Michale Birungi’s double and a late Hood Kaweesa’s late goal gave the fans something to cheer for the moment and leave crucial talking points heading to match day 23 that comes on 28th March 2017.
Soana and Jinja Municipal Council Hippos settled for a one all stalemate at the Kavumba Recreational stadium.
Abdulraham Ajab gave the Hippos the lead on 11 minutes but Paddy Muhumuza, a January mid season signing for Soana had other ideas altogether with a quick equalizer three minutes later.
JMC Hippos remains the only side yet to earn maximum points this entire season.