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FUFA Juniors League: BUL FC JT Crowned 2018/2019 Champions

  • FUFA Juniors League (U19)
  • FUFA Technical Center – Njeru

BUL FC Junior Team crowned 2018/2019 U19 FUFA Juniors League after defeating KCCA FC Soccer Academy by 3-0 in the final played at the FUFA Technical Center in Njeru on Saturday evening.

Reagan Kalyowa scored a brace in the 22nd and 48th minutes before Deo Sentongo added the third goal in the 62nd minute to hand BUL FC JT their first ever FUFA Juniors League Title in History.

BUL FC JT players celebrating after winning the 2018/2019 FJL title

KCCA FC SA has missed out in the final for the third time after falling to Vipers SC JT in 2015/2016 on penalties and Soana FC JT in 2016/2017 still on penalties.

BUL FC JT dominated both halves receiving the best chances in the match that was attended by quite a good number of fans.

Hillary Onek challenged by Bukenya Nsubuga at Njeru

All-time FUFA Juniors top scorer KCCA FC SA striker Sadat Anaku with 84 goals, – (2016/17 -27 goals, 2017/18 – 26 goals and 2018/19 – 31) failed to make things happen for his side in the entire game.

Sadat Anaku poses with his top sorcerer’s accolade. He netted 31 goals in the regular season

Oketch Simon of BUL FC JT was named the Most Valuable Player for 2018/2019 season. He scored 13 goals in the regular league.

Oketch joins Sekyanzi Faizo who won the accolade in 2015, KCCA FC Allan Okello in 2015/2016, Avan Asaba in 2016/ 2017, and Vipers SC JT Moses Bakkabulindi in 2017/2018 season.

All eyes on the ball at FUFA Technical Centre, Njeru

BUL FC JT goalkeeper Bewayo Isaac was named the best goalkeeper. He conceded only 13 goals.

KCCA FC SA finished top of Treble Group with 67 points and 2 loses while BUL FC JT ended at the top of Hat-Trick Group with 56 points and only one loss.

Scoring the third goal confirmed the trophy was in their hands

Kampala Junior Team won the first edition in 2015, Vipers SC JT won 2015/2016 Season, Soana FC JT took the trophy in 2016/2017, and Vipers SC JT won the again in 2017/2018 season.


Joram Nsubuga (GK), Justin Opiro, Ibrahim Juma, Denis Kato, Musa Ramathan, Joseph Kafumbe, Gerald Kawooya, Nicholas Luzige, Sunday Opio, Sadat Anaku, Joseph Bukenya Kiiza


Anthony Emujong, Ibrahim Lubwama, Ivan Eriga, Ibrahim Surundu, Jimmy Muber, Ibrahim Ekkelot, Innocent Biyika


Isaac Bewayo (GK), Marvin Ssemujju, Hillary Onek, Herbert Onyango, William Isabirye, Christ Odongo, Reagan Kalyowa, Deo Sentongo, Hamis Diego, Simon Oketch, Martin Aprem


Ronald Oroma (GK), Abbey Mulamba, Morgan Mayende, Owen Mukisa, Brian Muzuni, Peter Mudulu, Thomas Kabaale


Champions: BUL FC

Runners-up: KCCA FC

MVP: Simon Oketch (BUL FC JT)

BUL FC JT Midfielder Oketch Simon named the MVP

Golden Glove: Isaac Bewayo

BUL FC JT Isaac Bewayo won the Golden Glove

Fair Play Award: Paidha Black Angles FC

FUFA Youth Development Officer Bashir Mutyaba receives the fair play award on behalf of Paidha Black Angels FC JT

Previous winners:

2015: Kampala Junior Team

2015/2016: Vipers SC JT

2016/2017: Soana FC JT

2017/2018: Vipers SC JT

2018/2019: BUL FC JT

Top Scorers:

2015/2016: Tibita Hamis (BUL FC) – 9 goals

2016/2017: Sadat Anaku (KCCA FC SA) – 27 goals

2017/2018: Sadat Anaku (KCCA FC SA) – 26 goals

2018/2019: Sadat Anaku (KCCA FC SA) – 31 goals

Previous MVPs

2015: Sekynzi Faizo (St. Mary’s Heritage Nabweru)

2015/2016: Allan Okello (KCCA FC SA)

2016/2017: Asaba Ivan (KCCA FC SA)

2017/2018: Bakkabulindi Moses (Vipers SC JT)

2018/2019: Oketch Simon (BUL FC JT)










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