FUFA WOMEN ELITE LEAGUE WEEKEND RESULTS
Kawempe Muslim 2-1 Rines FC
Juliet Nalukenge 1 (Kawempe Muslim)
Janat Peace 1 Own Goal( Rines SS)
Aisha Namagembe 1 (Rines SS)
Kampala Queens 2-0 She Mak
Goal Score: Namuleme Zaina 2 (Kampala Queens)
She Corporate 0-0 Muteesa Royal
Gafford Ladies 0-2 Ajax Queens
Nabisaalu Bridget 1 (Ajax Queens)
Afoyo Moureen 1. (Ajax Queens)
Uganda Martyrs 1-0 Wakiso Hills
Goal scorer Agnes Mukera 1 Own Goal ( Wakiso Hills)
Match day four of the FUFA Women Elite league produced thrilling moments in the five games played across the different grounds over the weekend.
Reigning champions Kawempe Muslim continued their brilliant start to the season with a hard-fought 2-1 win over Rines WFC.
In the game played at the Valley ground on Saturday, Kawempe needed an extra effort to edge past hard fighting Rines WFC.
The visitors took the lead through Aisha Namagembe but an own goal from defender Peace Janat and on form striker Juliet Nalukenge saw Kawempe stage a comeback.
The result meant Kawempe Muslim top Victoria group on nine points in three games.
Kampala Queens ascended to the summit of Elizabeth group with a comfortable 2-0 win against She MAK at Villa Park on Saturday.
The game watched by FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo saw midfielder Zaina Namuleme strike a brace to spur Kampala Queens to a 2-1 victory over She MAK.
On Sunday, Ajax Queens Football Club put up a brilliant display to dispatch Gafford Ladies in a thrilling game played at Kanyanya playground.
A well taken free kick by defender Bridget Nabisaalu and another goal from Maureen Afoyo helped Ajax Queens to secure their first ever win against Gafford Ladies. All the previous four engagements the two sides had ended in stalemates.
The result moved Ajax Queens second on the log in Victoria group on seven points, two behind leaders Kawempe Muslim.
She MAK Women Football Team that faced Kampala Queens on Saturday.
Elsewhere, She Corporate played out yet another goalless draw against Muteesa I Royal University.
This was the third barren draw for the Nakawa based side this season in four games. The other two came against Gafford Ladies and Ajax Queens.
Uganda Martyrs High School Rubaga earned their first win this season edging past Wakiso Hills.
An own goal from defender Agnes Mukera in the first half was enough to help Uganda Martyrs secure maximum points and move to five points in three games.
The top two teams in either group of Elizabeth and Victoria at the end of the regular season will qualify for the playoffs to determine the champion.