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FUFA Women Elite League: Ajax Queens Bulenga nick hard-fought win over Vision WFC

FUFA Women Elite League

Vision WFC 0-1 Ajax Queens FC

Ajax Queens Bulega registered their first win at the 2020/21 FUFA Women Elite League after overcoming Vision WFC on Friday at the FUFA Technical Centre, Njeru.

After suffering defeat in their opening game against Amuria High School, WFC, Ajax Queens needed maximum points to resuscitate their hopes of qualifying out of the Group.

Annet Namwenge (Left) takes on Lillian Adonchen.

They did exactly what was required of them to secure a hard fought win against a resilient Vision WFC side.

Maraget Nalubega scored the lone goal of the game, coming as early as the 8th minute and this eventually turned out of the decisive moment.

Margaret Nalubega celebrates after scoring.

The striker capitalised on poor defending by Vision WFC and her feeble effort that deflected off defender Recho Aciro to beat goalkeeper Irene Alumu.

Alumu failed to save and instead pushed the ball into her own net to give Ajax Queens the lead.

Goalkeeper Irene Alum attempts to save Margaret Nalubega’s effort.

Annet Namwenge and Carol Nankyanzi had attempts at goal to double the lead for Ajax Queens but failed in their pursuit.

In the second half, Vision WFC seemed a rejuvenated side and made several attempts especially through skipper Farida Oyella but they lacked conviction.

Thev Kitgum based side were reduced to ten players with six minutes to play when midfielder Sharon Akullo was sent off for a second bookable offence.

Ajax Queens will now face St. Peters WFC in their final game on Sunday while Vision WFC on the other hand will play Amuria High School.

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