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FUFA Women Super League: She Corporate register first win, Nandago bags hat trick for Kawempe as Kampala Queens keep flawless

FUFA Women Super League
Matchday Five Results

Uganda Martyrs Lubaga 2-0 Makerere University WFC

Lady Doves FC 3-0 Asubo Gafford Ladies

UCU Lady Cardinals FC 0-1 Kampala Queens FC

Olila High School WFC 0-2 She Corporate FC

Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC 4-1 Rines SS WFC

FUFA Women Super League defending Champions She Corporate finally posted their first win after defeating Olila High School on Sunday in Soroti.

The Sharks had endured frustrating outings in the previous four rounds, picking just two points before Sunday’s game.

The sigh of relief eventually came in the 2-0 win thanks to goals from Joan Ainembabazi and Phiona Nabbumba.

Victory takes the Nakawa based side to 7th place on 5 points.

Olila on the other hand suffered their third successive loss. The others came against Asubo Gafford Ladies FC and Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC.

Elsewhere, Kampala Queens kept their perfect start intact with yet another victory on the road.

The Queens of Soccer edged UCU Lady Cardinals in the top of the table clash played on Saturday in Mukono.

Margret Kunihira’s 16th minute strike was the difference in a game that saw Hasifah Nassuna facing her former team for the first time.

Lady Doves FC kept their ascendency going with yet another victory, overcoming Asubo Gafford Ladies FC.

Goals from captain Lydia Nyandera, Norah Alupo and Olivia Babirye guided the Masindi based side to victory.

At St. Gerald’s stadium, Lubaga, Uganda Martyrs bounced back to winning ways with a 2-0 result over Makerere University.

The goals came from midfielder Kevin Nakacwa and winger Brenda Munyana.

Kawempe Muslim Ladies piled more misery on troubled Rines SS with a 4-1 win.

Hadijah Nandago stole the limelight with a hat trick on the day, her first in the League.

Hadijah Nandago receives the match ball from the centre referee.

The other goal for the Valley Warriors was an own goal by Rines defender Peace Aloyo.

The consolation for the visitors came from Amina Nababi.

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