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Stanbic Uganda Cup Final: Proline FC beats Bright Stars on penalties to win trophy

Stanbic Uganda Cup 2018/19:

  • Proline 1 (5) – 1 (4) Bright Stars

Proline Football Club won the 45th edition of the Stanbic Uganda Cup at the Masaka Recreational Stadium on Saturday evening

The 2018/19 Stanbic Uganda Cup winners recovered from a goal down to beat Bright Stars 5-4 during a tense post match penalty shoot out.

Normal time of the game had ended one goal apiece with Nelson Senkatuka scoring the day’s opener while Musitafa Mujuzi getting the equaliser from the spot kick.

Bright Stars had been reduced to 10 men with Aggrey Kirya’s red card in the last 10 minutes of the game.

Bright Stars FC skipper Nelson Senkatuka with the ball

In the post match shoot out, Musitafa Mujuzi, Bright Anukani, Allan Egaku, Ivan Bogere and Hakim Kiwanuka converted for Proline.

Proline’s Saka Mpiima checks on Bright Stars’ Jamil Kaliisa

Farouk Katongole, Samuel Ssekitto, Rajab Kakooza, Methodius Jjungu were on target for Bright Stars and sadly Senkatuka was the villain as his shot was stopped by the young Proline FC goalkeeper Hassan Matovu.

Proline FCwill now represent  Uganda in the the CAF Confederation Cup.

Proline Football Team
Bright Stars Team in the finals
The FUFA 1st Vice President Justus Mugisha (3rd Left) presented the medals to the day’s match officials L-R Isa Masembe, William Oloya, Mark Ssonko, Ali Sabila and referees assessor Yusuf Awuye.

Awards:

The presentation of medals and awards was performed by FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo, FUFA 1st Vice President Justus Mugisha,  Head Marketing and Communications Stanbic Bank Daniel Ogong, Senior Marketing Manager Sonia Karamagi (Stanbic Bank), Jude Mbabali- LC Chairman MAsaka District , former Uganda Cranes players Sam Kawalya and Iddi Batambuze.

Musitafa Mujuzi was named the Most Valuable Player of the Tournament.

He also co-shared the top scorer’s award with Kyetume’s Cephas Kambugu.

The best goalkeeper was Bright Stars’ Benson Wegima.

Each individual award came with a trophy and TV.

Benson Wagima of Bright Stars FC  (R) receives his trophy and Television Set from former Uganda Craes goalkeeper Sam Kawalya.
Proline’s Mujuzi Musitafa walked back home with accolades on the day. MUjuzi got the MVP award and joint top scorer (4 goals) with Kyetume’s Kambugu Cephas. Both players got a Tv and Trophy each. The award was presented to Mujuzi by Senior Marketing Manager of Stanbic Bank Sonia Karamagi.
Mujuzi Musitafa (L) picks his top scorer’s award from former Uganda Cranes star Iddi Batambuze. Kyetume’s Kambugu Cephas who also scored 4 goals will get a Tv and Trophy 

Cash Prizes:

Champions (Proline): Shs. 40M

Runners up (Bright Stars): Shs. 20 M

Semi-finalists: Shs 10M each

Quarter finalists: Shs 5 M each

Previous Uganda Cup Finals since 1971

  • 1971: Coffee SC 2-1 Army
  • 1972-1975: competition suspended
  • 1976: Gangama United 0-0 Coffee SC (After Extra Time: 4-2)
  • 1977: Simba Walk Over Nytil FC
  • 1978: Nsambya 1-0 UCB
  • 1979: KCC Walk ovrer UCB
  • 1980: KCC 2-0 Maroons
  • 1981: Coffee SC 1-1 UCB (5-4 pen)
  • 1982: KCC Vs Nile (Nile walked off in 75′ at 1-0; KCC winners)
  • 1983: SC Villa 1-0 KCC
  • 1984: KCC 3-2 Coffee SC
  • 1985: Express 3-1 KCC
  • 1986: SC Villa 2-0 Tobacco
  • 1987:  KCC 1-0 SC Villa
  • 1988: SC Villa 3-1 Express
  • 1989: SC Villa 4-2 Express
  • 1990: KCC 3-0 SC Villa
  • 1991: Express 4-1 Nile
  • 1992: Express 1-0 Nile
  • 1993: KCC 2-1 Dairy Heroes
  • 1994: Express 0-0 KCC (Penalties: 4-3)
  • 1995: Express 2-0 Posta (After Extra Time)
  • 1996: UEB 1-0 Nile
  • 1997: Express 4-1 UEB
  • 1998: SC Villa 2-0 Simba
  • 1999: Dairy Heroes 0-0 Lyantonde FC (Penalties: 3-0)
  • 2000: SC Villa 1-0 Military Police
  • 2001: Express 3-1 Villa
  • 2002: SC Villa 2-1 Express
  • 2003: Express 3-1 Police
  • 2004: KCC 1-1 Express (After Extra Time: 3-2)
  • 2005: URA 2-1 KCC
  • 2006: Express 2-0 Maji
  • 2007: Express 0-0 KCC (After Extra Time: 4-2 pen)
  • 2008: Victors 1-0 Kinyara
  • 2009: Villa 2-1 URA
  • 2010: Victors 1-1 Simba (After Extra Time:5-4 pen)
  • 2011: Simba 2-1 URA
  • 2012: URA 1-0 Bunamwaya
  • 2013: SCVU 1-1 Vipers (After Extra Time:5-3 pen)
  • 2014: URA 2-2 KCC (After Extra Time: 4-2 pen)
  • 2015: SC Villa 3-0 KCC
  • 2016: Vipers SC 3-1 Onduparaka FC
  • 2017: Paidha Black Angels FC 0-2 KCCA FC
  • 2018: KCCA 1-0 Vipers
  • 2019: Proline 1 (5) – 1 (4) Bright Stars
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