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FUFA Women Super League: She Corporate maintain grip at the top, Kawempe Muslim, Uganda Martyrs and Kampala Queens win on the road

FUFA Women Super League
Matchday 8 Results
She Corporate FC 1-0 FC Tooro Queens
Lady Doves FC 0-1 Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC
She Maroons FC 1-2 Uganda Martyrs WFC
Olila High School WFC 0-1 Kampala Queens FC

Monday, 28th March 2022
UCU Lady Cardinals FC vs Rines SS WFC – Mukono| 4PM

She Corporate continued to show their intentions of clinching this season’s FUFA Women Super League after registering yet another win.
The Sharks who are chasing their maiden league title needed to dig deep to overcome a resilient FC Tooro Queens side on Sunday in Nakawa at MUBS Arena courtesy of Phiona Nabbumba’s goal.
The decisive moment came in the 43rd minute when the midfielder tucked the ball beyond onrushing goalkeeper Gloria Namakula.

Victory meant, She Corporate remained top of the log on 20 points with one game to play in the first round. They will face Kampala Queens on Saturday, 2nd April at IUIU, Kabojja in the top of the table clash.

Tooro’s Resty Kobusobozi (L) and Sumaya Komuntale (r) sandwich Naume Nagadya of She Coporate

Kampala Queens themselves earned maximum points off Olila High School WFC at Soroti Stadium on Sunday.
Ever reliable Margaret Kunihira was once again to the rescue of the Football Queens scoring the solitary goal of the game which meant they moved back to second place on 15 points.

Smartly dressed in Snow white and black attire, Olila High School need to press the winning buttons again after falling to Kampala Queens FC.

This was the fifth goal for Kunihira at Kampala Queens this season and she is now the joint top scorer alongside Olila’s Grace Aluka.

Magret Kunihira (30) jumps high to celebrate her team’s goal against Olila High School in Soroti.
Kampala Queens FC that started against Olila High School in Soroti on Sunday

Kawempe Muslim bounced back to winning ways with a narrow 1-0 away victory over defending champions Lady Doves FC at Katusabe Stadium in Masindi.
Teenage striker Aziiza Amuleni Amoding scored for Kawempe Muslim to help them move to 5th position with 10 points from 6 games.

Lady Doves’ Nyandera Lydia (L) vying for the ball against Kawempe’s skipper Shakirah Nyinagahirwa

In Luzira, Uganda Martyrs Lubaga WFC piled more pressure on off colour She Maroons FC, winning 2-1.
The Kiddawalime Girls needed to come from a goal down to nick all three points. She Maroons had taken the lead through skipper Millicent Mwanzi but Uganda Martyrs rallied back through Latifa Nakasi and second half substitute Brenda Munyana.

, Uganda Martyrs Lubaga WFC piled more pressure on off colour She Maroons FC (below)
She Maroons FC

Matchday 8 action will come to a climax on Monday with UCU Lady Cardinals hosting bottom placed Rines SS WFC in Mukono.
The University side can return to second place if they pick maximum points off visiting Rines SS WFC.

MAIN PHOTO: Nkomba Swaburah of She Corporate (L) batting for the ball with Sumaya Komuntale of Tooro Queens.

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