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The FUFA Drum: 16 goals registered on match day four as fans continue to embrace the beautiful game

The FUFA Drum 2019 (Matchday 4 Results):

  • Sebei 0-2 Lango
  • Rwenzori 1-1 Tooro
  • Kampala 1-0 Busoga
  • Bugisu 2-3 Bukedi
  • Kigezi 2-0 Teso
  • Acholi 0-1 West Nile
  • Karamoja 1-0 Bunyoro
  • Ankole 0-2 Buganda

Matchday 4 of the 2019 FUFA Drum competition was successfully held over Saturday and Sunday.

A total of  16 goals were scored in the 8 matches played, an average of two goals per game.

On Saturday, there were two matches played and the rest played on a subsequent day.

Traveling Lango picked maximum points over Sebei with a convincing 2-o result after both goals were scored in the first half in a space of three minutes after the half-hour mark.

Allan Okello encounters two Sebei players at Kiprotich Stadium, Kapchorwa

Moses Okabo gave the visitors the lead on 30 minutes before the man of the match, Allan Okello doubled the scores three minutes later.

The second game held on Saturday witnessed Kampala earn their first victory of the campaign with a 1-0 slim win over Busoga at the Star Times Stadium, Lugogo.

Tom Masiko was the hero with a 55th-minute strike.

Rwenzori and Tooro played to the only stalemate on matchday 4, each finding the back of the net once.

Yubu Bogere scored for Rwenzori and Kizito got Tooro’s goal.

Bright Stars’ midfielder, Kacancu Augustine (Rwenzori) was the man of the match.

At the Mbale SS playground, Bugisu fell 3-2 at home to visiting Bukedi in the Eastern affair.

An acton at Mbale SS. Bugisu fell 3-2 to Bukedi

Fredson Gwoto, Ronald Musana and Isaac Kisujju were all on target for Bukedi.

Mawejje Muwada and Ibrahim Massa were on the score sheet for Bugisu.

Bukedi’s John Revita, also the captain at Star Times Uganda Premier League club, Express FC was man of the match.

James Alitho (White) challenged by John Levita at Mbale SS Grounds

Away at the Kabale Municipal Stadium, Kigezi optimally utilized the home advantage winning 2-0 against Teso.

Clifford Rukanga powered the home side in a 26th-minute lead and Nickson Niwamanya added the second a minute inside the second half.

Kigezi’s Sulaiman Kibalama was the man of the match.

A mammoth crowd watched Acholi – West Nile clash in Gulu

In arguably the best-attended match of the weekend, Acholi lost 1-0 to rivals West Nile at the Pece Stadium in Gulu.

Maroons’ forward Rashid Agau scored the priceless goal. KCCA’s left back, Mustafa Kizza was named man of the match.

West Nile players join Richard Agau to celebrate their lone goal at Pece Stadium, Gulu

Karamoja earned a morale boosting 1-0 victory over Bunyoro in Moroto.

Juma Epuri scored lone strike in the historic win that left smiles flashing across the faces of many fans in the North East region.

Karamoja’s Raphael Komakech was named man of the match.


Ankole Province XI that fell at home to the defending champions Buganda

Defending champions Buganda worked for a 2-0 win on the road away to Ankole.

Paul Ssekulima and Robert Ssentongo (penalty) gave maximum points to Buganda.

GuluSsekulima receives the man of the match accolade from Chris Kalibala as Lajan Livingstone looks onEvery man of the match is entitled to a plaque and a cash reward of Shs 100,000.

The tournament has attained cult status for its unquestionable ability to lure the populous and instant attention across the country.

It is run along the theme “Celebrating our Ancestry”.

Buganda Province is the reigning champion.

Main Photo: A mammoth crowd that attended the Acholi vs West Nile game in Gulu