order http://daylesfordartshow.com.au/wp-includes/pluggable.php geneva;”>It was another battle of the forces in the ladies’ category as Prison Lady Spears beat hard fighting UPDF ladies team with the Army side taking the first half of the game leading by one point; 15 – 14.
web geneva;”> The tight trend of the game however continued for most of the second half until UPDF got punished due to rough defensive plays which this then gave Prison an advantage given that UPDF had a dismissal forfeiting the win to Prison by 2.
In the other ladies game of the day, Police Lady Metro beat Ever Green 26 – 19 and maintained their 100% winning streak. The win puts them in 4th position with just a point adrift of joint table leaders Nkumba University.
In the men’s category, Ever Green lost their fourth game this season have almost ended their dreams of winning this year’s championship as they languish in an unusual 6th position out of the 7 teams though being considered one of the 4 contenders of this year’s championship.
Police Metro’s win seem to have got their rhythm back by winning their second game in raw, moving to 3rd position. Semujju Frank and Aziz Yakoob top scored for Police with 10 and 9 goals respectively while Ephraim Bukenya and Jimmy Orotin top scored for Ever Green with 7 and 6 goals respectively.
In the other men’s game of the day, 2011 champions, Prison Spears run-over Police Kifaru registering a 42 – 29 win in what seemed like a one sided game that had Gilbert Ojok top score for Prisons with 13 goals, Anthony Issamat added 7 while Ismael Kisalita top scored for Kifaru with 7 goals.
UPDF 32 – 34 Prison Lady Spears
Police Lady Metro 26 – 19 Ever Green
Prison Spears 42 – 29 Police Kifaru
Police Metro 38 – 27 Ever Green