Masaka 1-0 Police (game abandoned on 65 minutes)
Bright Stars 2-1 Soana
Entebbe0-0 SC Villa
URA 1–2 SCVU
BUL 1-1 CRO
Bright Stars FC got the better of Soana FC for the first time in four meetings in FUFA organized competitions. Prior to the game, Soana boasted of a good record against their rivals with a win and two draws between them. Francis Olaki was a class apart and showed his brilliance with the ball when he squeezed a shot past Bright Stars FC keeper Abdallah ‘Red Ice’ Ssekikubo for the visitors to take the lead. Olaki never completed the game as he came off shortly after the break with a thigh injury. Hassan Kikoyo netted the equalizer after a defence splitting pass by Medi kakeeto. Second half saw two red cards dished out-one to each club. Anthony Bongole got the winning goal for Bright stars FC
In Lugazi, URA lost at home to Sports Club Victoria University 2-1. Noah Semakula and Odong Mathew scored for SCVU. Kalanda Frank got the consolation for URA.
At Muteessa II stadium, Entebbe and SC villa shared the spoils in a goalless draw.
At kakindu stadium, Kibirige Jackson struck for BUL while Ivan Lubale was on target for CRO who occupy bottom position.
At Kitende SS, Vipers edged Simba thanks to Miya Faroouk’s solitary strike to go top of the table above Kiira Young who drop to second. KiiraYoung were not in action today.
Photo: Bright Stars FC players celebrate one of their two goals against Soana. The Stars won 2-1.