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Azam Uganda Premier League: Complete match day 7 results

2015/16 Azam Uganda Premier league – All Match day 7 Results

Friday, 2nd October 2015:

Sports Club Villa 1-2 Vipers Sports Club

FUFA Juniors League: SC Villa Jogoo Academy 1-2 Vipers Sports Academy

Saturday, 3rd October 2015:

Lweza F.C 2-1 Simba S.C

URA F.C 1-4 Sadolin Paints F.C

BUL F.C 0-1 Soana F.C

Police F.C 0-1 KCCA F.C

Sports Club Victoria University 0-1 Express F.C

Maroons F.C 1-0 The Saints F.C

Bright Stars F.C 1-0 Jinja Municipal Council Hippos F.C

Sixteen goals were scored in the eight fixtures of the Azam Uganda Premier league played on Friday and Saturday.

On Friday, Sports Club Villa hosted Vipers at Nelson Mandela national stadium, a fixture whose venue was changed from Nakivubo stadium because of the unavailability of the later ground.

A goal in each half from Erisa Ssekisambu and Willam Wadri gave Vipers the driving seat before Denis Kamanzi pulled one back to accord the thriller handled by Denis Batte a tense and interesting finish.

The game was broadcast live on Azam Television and on the only football radio, 102.1 FUFA f.m

On Saturday, seven fixtures were played.

First was the Express visit to Sports Club Victoria University at Namboole.

The red Eagles carried the day courtesy of Ibrahim Kayiwa‘s goal to remain unbeaten and also keep close of the leading pack.

Perhaps, the biggest shock was at Mehta stadium, the home of Uganda Revenue Authority in Lugazi.

Sadolin Paints Football Club, a club based in Bugembe – Jinja registered a 4-1 victory over the tax collectors’ team.

Victor Emenayo, Andrew Basooma and a brace from Jackson Kibirige helped Sadolin Paints to a memorable victory.

URA’s consolation was a well taken penalty by Robert Sentongo.

At the Luzira prisons stadium, Maroons earned their maiden win of the season, a narrow 1-0 victory courtesy of Hood Muliiki‘s goal against fellow debutant side, The Saints F.C.

In Jinja at the Kakindu Stadium, Soana F.C won away from home over BUL F.C.

Patrick Asiku, a former player at BUL F.C scored the goal for Soana F.C on the stroke of half time.

At Mutesa II Stadium, Wankulukuku, Lweza F.C picked the third victory of the season in a row winning 2-1 at the hands of visiting Simba sports club.

Ddumba Sadala put Lweza in the lead before Ivan Wava equalized as half time read 1 all.

Hassan Kikoyo then scored the winner to hand Joseph Mutyaba his third victory of the campaign.

At Matugga, it was joy unlimited for the home side, Bright Stars F.C after yet another home win over newly promoted Jinja Municipal Council Hippos.

Gerald Bagoole‘s header off goal keeper Mathias Kigonya’s free kick that rebounded off the up-right.

At the Kavumba Recreational stadium, Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Football Club despite missing the services of  Michael Birungi (off to Sudan premier club, Al Khartoum sports club) picked a narrow 1-0 win over Police F.C to re-gain joint leadership with Vipers Sports Club.

KCCA F.C’s goal was scored by midfielder, Muzamiru Mutyaba in a match relied live on 102.1 FUFA f.m.

Uganda Cranes head coach, Milutin Sredojevic watched the match at Kavumba.

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