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Exciting Weekend Action in the FUFA TV Cup – Round of 64 Second Leg Calling

Get ready for another thrilling weekend as the FUFA TV Cup Round of 64 heads into the second leg! The first leg was nothing short of spectacular, with matches that kept fans on the edge of their seats, delivering surprises, dominant performances, and remarkable individual displays.

Last weekend, the atmosphere was electric as students, alumni, teachers, administrators, and football enthusiasts gathered to support their teams, turning the matches into memorable events. FUFA TV brought three of these exciting matches live to fans across the country, continuing to play a crucial role in promoting local talent and providing a platform for young athletes to shine.

In a weekend filled with high drama, only one of the 8 pioneers of the FUFA TV Cup emerged victorious; Busoga College Mwiri triumphed over Iganga High School with a 1-0 win. However, the rest of the pioneers faced unexpected defeats, highlighting the unpredictable nature of the competition and the rising talent in Ugandan football. Mengo Senior School, Jinja College, and Kiira College Butiki were all taken down by newcomers Ndejje Senior Secondary School, Bukooli College, and Bukoyo Senior Secondary School, respectively.

Meanwhile, Namilyango College, King’s College Budo, and Makerere College School fought hard to share the spoils with Mehta SS, Gombe SSS, and Lubiri SS, respectively, in hard-fought matches that left fans eagerly anticipating the return leg.

A total of 63 goals were scored in the first leg, with several players standing out with hat-tricks and braces. Jinja SS forward Hakim Folly emerged as the current top scorer of the tournament, netting four goals in a remarkable 6-0 victory against St Don Bosco Kamuli. His performance showcased his skill and determination, making him a player to watch in the upcoming matches.

As we head into the second leg of the Round of 64, scheduled for the 5th, 6th, and 7th of July 2024, the stakes are higher than ever. Teams will battle it out to secure a spot in the Round of 32, with the winner on aggregate proceeding to the next stage. With so much at stake, fans can expect even more thrilling action and unforgettable moments.

63 Goals in 26 Matches, 2 Hat-Tricks in the First Leg – Get Ready for More Fireworks in the Second Leg! The journey to crown the next champion has just begun, and it’s already proving to be a spectacular showcase of Ugandan traditional schools’ football talent. Don’t miss out on the excitement and drama as the FUFA TV Cup continues to deliver unforgettable football moments.

First Leg full results

Muntuyera H/S1vs.0Nganwa High School
Masaka SSS0vs.0St. Charles Lwanga Kasasa
Nyakasura School1vs.2Mpanga SSS
Gombe SSS0vs.0King’s College Buddo
Mehta SS1vs.1Namilyango College
Bishop SS Mukono2vs.3St Joseph’s SS Naggalama
Busoga College Mwiri1vs.0Iganga High School
Bukooli College2vs.1Jinja College
Bukoyo SSS2vs.0Kiira College Butiiki
St Don Bosco Kamuli0vs.6Jinja SSS
Mengo S.S1vs.2Ndejje SSS
Kibuli SSS1vs.1Kololo High School
Kololo SSS2vs.4Old Kampala SSS
Makerere College School1vs.1Lubiri SSS
Lango College3vs.1Dr. Obote College Boroboro
Comboni College2vs.1Aduku SSS
Sir Samuel Baker School0vs.1St. Joseph’s College Layibi
Kitgum High School 0vs.1Gulu High School
Teso College Aleot1vs.1Ngora High School
Nabumali High School2vs.0Mbale SSS
St Peter’s College Tororo3vs.2Manjasi High School
Bukedi College Kachonga0vs.2Sebei College Tegeres
St. Edwards Bukumi2vs.1Sir Tito Winyi SSS
Kabalega SSS1vs.0Duhaga SSS
St. Joseph’s College Ombaci1vs.2St Charles Lwanga-Koboko
St. Aloysius College Nyapea 0vs.0Mvara SSS
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