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Azam Uganda Premier League: Successful first round climaxes

2015/16 Azam Uganda Premier League:

Match Day 15 Results:

Soana F.C 0-0 KCCA F.C

SC Villa 0-0 Police F.C

BUL F.C 0-1 Bright Stars F.C

URA F.C 4-0 Lweza F.C

Express F.C 1-0 JMC Hippos F.C

SC Victoria University 1-1 Maroons F.C

Simba S.C 1-3 Vipers S.C

Sadolin Paints F.C 1-0 The Saints F.C

The 2015/16 Azam Uganda Premier league first round successfully climaxed on Tuesday, 29th December 2015 with match day 15.

All the teams were in action as a total of 13 goals were scored in eight matches.

URA F.C were the biggest victors on the day, overcoming Lweza F.C 4-0 at the Mehta stadium in Lugazi.

Saidi Kyeyune, Frank Kalanda, Robert Sentongo and an own goal propelled the tax collectors’ side to the victory much desired.


Bright Stars F.C won away from home, thanks to Anthony Bongole’s goal on 78 minutes at Bul F.C in Jinja.

KCCA F.C picked a vital point away from home in the goal-less draw with Soana at Kavumba recreational stadium.

At the Mutesa II Stadium, Wankulukuku, Express Football Club continued with their road to recovery after that four match losing streak with a hard fought 1-0 victory over debutants, Jinja Municipal Council Hippos football Club.

At the Bombo Military stadium, Vipers Sports Club earned a 3-1 away victory at the army side Simba Sports Club.

Faruku Miya, Patrick Sembuya and Erisa Ssekisambu scored the goals for Vipers as Simba right back, Aggrey Kirya pulled one back for the home side.

Vipers narrowed the KCCA F.C lead to one point as the first round climaxed.

In the heart of the Kampala Capital city, at Nakivubo stadium, Sports Club Villa and Police F.C shared the spoils in a non scoring affair.

Tony Odur scored the lone goal through a well converted penalty.

A section of fans enjoyed the match between Sadolin Paints F.C and The Saints F.C at the FUFA Technical center in Njeru

The FUFA Technical center ground hosted the first top flight match when Sadolin Paints hosted The Saints Football club.

Sadolin Paints were hosting the game at Njeru because their home ground at Bugembe had been booked.

Sadolin Paints won the game 1-0 courtesy of Andrew Basooma’s strike.

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