KCC FC wins in Sudan, SCVU falls in Congo

Victoria Don Bosco

Herman Wasswa and Tony Odour formed a deadly strike partnership for KCC FC as they brought down home side El Merriekh in Khartoum in the first leg of the preliminary round of the CAF Champions League. The Ugandan champions won 2-0 thanks to first half goals by Wasswa and Odour. KCC FC walked on to the artificial turf pitch with their minds set on improving from their last outing in Khartoum when they drew 1-1 with the same club in the same competition that got them knocked out 2-1 on aggregate. Both goals for KCC FC were netted in the first half as the game also saw KCC FC keeper Salim Jamal Magoola save a second half penalty by Wawa Pascal after Captain Fahad Kawooya had brought down Faisal Musa in the forbidden area.

KCC lineup: Jamal Salim, Ssaka Mpiima, Habib Kavuma, Ibrahim Kizza, Fahad Kawooya (Capt), Ivan Ntege, Gadaffi Kiwanuka, Tom Masiko, Tony Odur (Richard Malinga), Herman Wasswa (Brian Majwega) and William Wadri.

In Lubumbashi, another Ugandan representative in continental football this season Sports Club Victoria University (SCVU) lost 3-0 to Don Bosco of Democratic Republic of Congo. SCVU were making their debut appearance on the continent.

SCVU lineup : B.Ochan (GK) (Ali Kimera ), I.Muleme, F.Agandu, M.Mpuga, B.Agele, Y.Mugerwa, M. Jjuko (Mawejje 46’), N.Semakula, M. Mutyaba, S.Okwi, D.Nsubuga (Peter Otai) SUBS: Ali Kimera, Daniel Isiagi, Peter Otai, D.Ndihabwe, H.Delu, Ceasar Sapeo, Muwadda Mawejje

KCC FC and SCVU will play the return leg matches at Mandela National Stadium, Namboole on 15th and 16th February, 2014 respectively.

Photo: The SCVU lineup that played Don Bosco in Lubumbashi on Saturday

Photo credit: SCVU Media and Communications department