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UGANDA PREMIER LEAGUE: Tuesday results-Vipers remain unbeaten following draw with Sc Villa

Uganda Premier League (UPL) Week 13 Results:

Sadolin 0-0 Simba

Rwenshama 2-1 Lweza

KCC 4-0 Soana

Express 1-2 BUL

Vipers 1-1 Sc Villa

Police 1-2 URA

Despite Vipers’ 1 all home draw to SC Villa, the former are still the only unbeaten side in the Uganda Premier League.

Erias Ssekisambu gave SC Villa the lead 13 minutes after the start of the second half.

Musa Doka seemed to have had the last touch on the ball played in by Farouk Miya but the official match report submitted by referee, Robert Donney credited Vipers’ equalizer to the latter.

Vipers now accumulate 31 points, 4 better of the chasing pack of KCC F.C and SC Villa.

KCC F.C were 4 – 0 winners over Soana F.C at the KCCA Stadium in the heart of Kampala City.

Michael Birungi notched a brace before other goals from Herman Wasswa and tennager, Derrick Nsibambi.

Uganda Revenue Authority F.C picked an away victory, winning 1-2 at Kavumba Recreational stadium over Police F.C.

URA took the lead through Patrick Ochan before winger, Osman Mutumba equalized for Police F.C.

Uganda Cranes striker, Robert Ssentongo saved the tax collectors’ team from dropping two valuable points with the winning goal barely 5 minutes left in the clock.

Ssentongo has now scored 9 goals in the 12 fixtures featured in.

At the Mityana Ssaza stadium, Rwenshama F.C continued with their impressive home run.

After surprising URA a fort night ago, Rwenshama F.C picked their second victory in as many games,winning 2-1 over Lweza.

On colour striker, Julius Malingumu was the hero once again with the winner after Yunus Kasozi’s opener in the 7th minute.

Malingumu, on loan from SC Villa picked the ‘bad boy‘ tag thereafter seeing red  for a second bookable offence.

Mahad Kakooza scored Lweza F.C’s consolation.

Jinja side, Bul F.C, coached by Uganda Cranes Assistant Coach, Kefa Kisala shocked Express F.C 1-2 in a game marred by mild violence of the infamous red army.

Milton Kalisa, recruited by Bul F.C from FUFA Big league side, Jinja Municipal Council F.C, was the day’s hero, scoring twice in the 58th and 70 minutes before  fans (yet to identified) attacked second assistant referee, Lydia Nantabbo Wanyama with stones.

Express defender, Shafiki Bakaki scored consolation late with a minute to full time and it was too little too late.

At the Bugembe Stadium in Jinja, Sadolin F.C and army side, Simba F.C played to a non scoring draw.

The Kira Young – Entebbe F.C fixture was not played (Namboole Stadium venue was engaged with NRM Delegates’ conference).

Vipers leads the 16 teams on 31 points from 13 games played so far.


Week 13 19-12-2014 16:30 Soana – : – Police FC
19-12-2014 16:30 SC Victoria University – : – Sadolin Paints
19-12-2014 16:30 SC Villa – : – Bright Stars
19-12-2014 16:30 Lweza – : – KCC FC
19-12-2014 16:30 BUL FC – : – Vipers FC
19-12-2014 16:30 Entebbe FC – : – Rwenshama
19-12-2014 16:30 URA FC – : – Express FC
19-12-2014 16:30 Simba FC – : – Kira Young FC



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