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Azam Uganda Premier League 2015/16: Away victories for Jinja clubs, SCVU shock URA

2015/16 Azam Uganda Premier League:

Match Day 7 Results:

Sports Club Victoria University (SCVU) 2-1 Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) F.C

Maroons F.C 1-4 BUL F.C

Simba S.C 0-1 Jinja Municipal Council Hippos F.C

A total of Nine goals were recorded in the three match day fixtures of the ever exciting Azam Uganda Premier league played on Tuesday, 29th September 2015.

At the Nelson Mandela National Stadium (Namboole), home side Sport Club Victoria University (SCVU) rallied from a goal down to subject Uganda Revenue Authority football club to their first loss of the season.

This game was televised live to millions of spectators courtesy of the sponsors, Azam Television.

Uganda Cranes forward, Frank Kalanda put the tax collectors’ side ahead with a great header as early as the 5th minute of the game.

Titus Lubega then equalized with a well struck penalty after defender Samuel Ssekitto illegally felled to the ground the fast paced Farouk Kawooya.

Later in the second half, the dread locked Kawooya won it late for SCVU with a well taken goal, to register their second victory of the season.

In the other games, two Jinja district clubs, Jinja Municipal Council Hippos and BUL F.C recorded away victories at Bombo and Luzira, over Simba Sports Club and Maroons F.C respectively.

Constantine Nalumoso, a central defender struck in the 83rd minute to give the visitors joy and their second victory of the season.

At the Uganda Prisons stadium in Luzira, BUL F.C had one of the biggest victories of the season – overcoming home team, Maroons F.C 4-1.

Striker, Mike Ndera (on loan from Sports Club Villa) scored twice for BUL F.C.

The other goal came from Phillip Ssempira and the winner by Paul Kibande.

Next Games:

Match day 7 continues with one game on Friday, 2nd October 2015 between the reigning champions, Vipers Sports Club and Sports club Villa at the Mutesa II Stadium, Wankulukuku.

This fixture was originally scheduled for Nakivubo stadium but changed to Nelson Mandela National Stadium because of the unavailability of the former ground.

Seven other games will be played the following day (Saturday, 3rd October 2015).

The newly named FUFA referees’ appointment committee will in a few hours communicate the match referees for the games yet to come.

Friday, 2nd October 2015:

Sports Club Villa Vs Vipers – Nelson Mandela National Stadium, Namboole (4:00 p.m)-Live on Azam T.V

Saturday, 3rd October 2015 Fixtures (All matches Kick off at 4:00 p.m):

BUL F.C Vs Soana F.C – Kakindu Stadium

Police F.C Vs KCCA F.C – Kavumba Recreational Stadium

Bright Stars F.C Vs JMC Hippos – C.S Matugga

Maroons F.C Vs The Saints F.C – Luzira Prisons Grounds

Lweza F.C Vs Simba – Wankulukuku

SC VU Vs Express – Namboole Stadium

URA F.C Vs Sadolin Paints F.C – Mehta Stadium, Lugazi

Match Day 8 Fixtures (Tuesday, 27th October 2015):

JMC Hippos Vs Maroons F.C – Kakindu (Live on Azam T.V)

Vipers S.C Vs Police F.C – Buikwe Stadium

KCCA F.C Vs Bright Stars – Nakivubo Stadium

Sadolin Paints F.C Vs SC VU – Bugembe Stadium

Simba F.C Vs URA F.C – Bombo

Express F.C Vs BUL F.C – Wankulukuku

Soana F.C Vs S.C Villa – Kavumba Recreational Grounds

The Saints Vs Lweza – Nelson Mandela National Stadium, Namboole

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