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FUFA Women Super League: She Corporate, Rines, Kawempe Muslim begin redemption pursuit with home wins

FUFA Women Super League
Matchday 10 Results

Kawempe Muslim 1-0 UCU Lady Cardinals

Lady Doves 0-1 Olila High School

Rines SS WFC 1-0 Uganda Martyrs LFC

Asubo Gafford Ladies 1-3 Kampala Queens

She Corporate 3-0 Makerere University WFC

The second round of the 2022/23 FUFA Women Super League began over the weekend with all the ten teams in action.

Bearing in mind that every game will count especially for the relegation battle, the teams engulfed therein will go all out in a bid to keep their slots. And the results posted on matchday ten pointed exactly to this fact.

Kawempe Muslim and She Corporate had a poor run out in the first round but the two seem to have come back better if results from the weekend are anything to go by.

The Sharks who are the reigning League Champions posted the biggest win on matchday ten, defeating Makerere University 3-0 in Nakawa.

Joan Ainembabazi came through with a brace before Noeline Namiiro added the other in the clean out victory.

She Corporate celebrate one of their goals against Makerere University (Photo by Ismail Mulangwa)

The result lifted She Corporate to fifth place on 14 points while Makerere dropped to second from bottom on 8 points.

Rines moved out of the drop zone with a hard fought win over Uganda Martyrs Lubaga at Kabaka Kyabaggu Stadium.

Eva Naggayi tucked home from the spot to hand Rines maximum points and move to 10 points.

The game saw defender Stella Namisango who was making her debut for the Lubaga based side sent off.

Uganda Martyrs remain second on the log but are now 11 points behind run away leaders Kampala Queens who won 3-1 at Asubo Gafford Ladies.

The Queens of Soccer had to come from a goal down to remain perfect, registering their tenth win in as many games.

Zaitun Namaganda had fired Gafford into the lead midway through the first half at Kampala Quality Playground but goals from Elizabeth Nakigozi, Margaret Kunihira and Sophia Nakiyingi gave the visitors all three points.

Elsewhere, Olila High School stunned Lady Doves in Masindi on Saturday thanks to Sheilah Galenda’s eighth minute strike.

Olila occupy fourth place on the table with 15 points, two places and points above Lady Doves.

Allen Nassazi’s second half close range strike was the difference as Kawempe Muslim defeated UCU Lady Cardinals at the Valley Ground.

Allen Nassazi (left) celebrates with teammate Hadijjah Nandago.

Action will resume next weekend with several interesting fixtures lined up, the biggest pitting Kampala Queens against She Corporate.

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