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FUFA SUPER LEAGUE: KCC held, SCVU catches up at the top as CRO is relegated

FSL: Mixed fortunes for teams during week 28 fixtures:

Tues, 29th April 2014 Results

Express  1 – 0 Masaka

Bright Stars 1 – 1 Entebbe

KCC 1 – 1 URA

Kira Young  0 – 1Simba

Police 2 – 3 SCVU

CRO 0 – 2 S.C Villa

The 6 FUFA super fixtures played during the week 28 games produced contrasting results for the different teams in action.

Mbale based side, Child’s Restoration Organziation becomes the first  side in the league to virtually get relegated to FUFA’s second highest tier league, FUFA big league.

CRO, 0 -1 winners in the first round fixture in Kampala lost 0 – 2 at the Mbale Municipal Stadium. Titus Lubega and Victor Emenayo’s goals condemned CRO to the big league and help the 16 time Ugandan Champions rise to 5th on 44 points, above Soana, Bul and Kira Young.

At the KCCA stadium in Lugogo, home team, Kampala City Council Authority football club played to a 1 all draw with Uganda Revenue Authority f.c to accumulate 52 points.

On form Herman Wasswa, getting on to the score sheet for the 6th time in 9 matches opened the day’s scoring record before, URA’s Nigerian import, Emmanuel Engama made sure URA picks atleast a point from the fixture to keep their title hopes alive.

URA has now played 28 games rising 50 points, 3 below joint leaders, KCCA and Sports Club Victoria University (SCVU).

At Kavumba Recreational Stadium, Police football club looked destined to bag the three points but only to be denied by a late surge by visitors, Sports Club Victoria University.

Police led 2 – 0 courtesy of a half time Osman Mutumba brace. Victoria University rallied back to make amends thanks to strikes from second half substitute, Cesaer Sapeo, an 83th penalty by Denis Iguma and a late winner from Isaac Muleme.

SCVU is now joint second with KCCA  on 52 points though the latter have played a game less.

At Nakivubo Stadium, Bright Stars and Entebbe played a 1 all draw. Ismail Kigozi got the Kawempe based side’s goal while U-20 Uganda Hippos’ striker, Abraham Ndugwa replied for Entebbe.

Fred Kajoba’s Simba football club returned to Namboole Stadium in a space of 3 days after their goal-less draw with SCVU last Friday, this time with a 1 – 0 win over home side, Kira Young.

Enterprising winger, Alex Waitaba notched the lone strike for Simba football club over a Kira Young side that rested 5 starting players.

At the Mutesa II stadium in Wankulukuku, Express continued with their great run, bagging all the three points after a hard fought 1 – 0 victory over Masaka Local Council.

Team skipper, Willy Kavuma scored the all important goal for the Red Eagles which drives them completely out of the relegation mathematics as they now boast of 35 points, same as Police though the Cops have a better goal difference.

The league resumes this Friday with several games as the final bend to the climax takes a new twist.


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