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FSL: Low Scores Dominate Friday action as Vipers reclaim top spot


Entebbe 1-1 Vipers

BUL 1-0 Simba

Soana 1-0 Kira Young

Bright Stars 0-0 CRO


Vipers FC dropped points for the second successive time-this time against bogey side Entebbe FC but still managed to move back to the top spot they lad lost to URA FC on Tuesday. Vipers who have now failed to beat Entebbe FC in the top flight for two consecutive seasons, managed a 1-1 at Wankulukuku against a team fighting for survival. Pengele Ibra scored for Entebbe Fc while Faruk Miya got his name on the score sheet for Vipers who moved to spot on 37 points-one better than URA. Entebbe remains the only team yet to win a league game this season.

Soana completed a double over Kira Young and jumped to third on the table with 36 points. Dan Wagaluka netted the game’s soliatry strike at Kavumba Stadium.

In Jinja, BUL Fc were 1-0 winners over Simba thanks to a Joshua Masene goal that takes the Jinja based side to 4th on the table with 34 points.

At Nakivubo stadium, Bright Stars FC are becoming some sort of masters in picking up draws. They drew 0-0 with bottom placed CRO who have been on a steady rise with their performance as they also held BUL and police to stalemates. In their opening five fixtures off the second round, Bright remain unbeaten but have drawn four times.



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