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FUFA Tv Cup: Jinja College pip Busoga College Mwiri as SMACK take bragging rights over King’s College Budo

The FUFA Tv Cup continued on Sunday with match day one that witnessed two cracking encounters from group A and B.

The first encounter saw Jinja College pip Busoga College Mwiri 0-1 on the road thanks to Kigongo Elvis 44th minute strike before half time that proved to be the winning goal.

The second match that was dubbed the FUFA Tv Cup blockbuster derby had St Mary’s College Kisubi welcome King’s College Budo at the Dusty Arena grounds in Kisubi.

The home side looked the most dominant side in both halves and took the lead in the 16th minute through skipper Mahad Mubiru.

St. Mary’s College Kisubi forward Clovis Paul would have doubled the lead minutes later but had his strike ruled out for offside. Before half time, he came close to doubling the lead but was denied by the Red Lions promising custodian Woodrow Were.

Four minutes into second half, SMACK tactician Ronald Mugalu surprisingly substituted arguably his best performer in the first half Clovis for Griffin Mwesigwa who immediately paid off the trust put in him by doubling their lead on his first touch thanks to a Mahad Mubiru clever assist.

Despite the visitors trying to pull a goal back, the SMACK defence stood firm to keep a clean sheet.

After match day one, 11 goals were registered.

The return leg matches will be played between 14th -17th June.

The Semifinals also to be played on a home and away basis will be held on 21st June 2023 (1st leg) and 25th June 2023 (return leg).

The final to be played over match will be held on 1st July 2023.


Busoga College Mwiri v Jinja College

St. Mary’s College Kisubi v King’s College Budo

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