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geneva; font-size: small;”>Struggling Police tried to pull back with Francis Kawooya’s strike but was not enough to tame the tax collectors who were raging like fire.
At Jinja based Kakindu stadium, new FUFA Super League entrants Soana FC lost their unbeaten run after being walloped 4-2 by hosts BIDCO FC.
Crespo Asiku’s hat trick and Hussein Kato’s strike were enough to dethrone the visitors from the top of the FUFA Super League table.
However the Soana tried to pull back through marksman and FUFA Super League top scorer Francis Olaki’s brace but could not stop the hosts.
At Wankulukuku Uganda Cup champions SC Victoria University bagged three points after beating Express FC 2- 0 thanks to goals from Uganda Cranes striker Simon Okwi and Muzamiru Mutyaba.
In Masaka at the Recreation Grounds, FUFA Super League champions KCCA FC beat hosts Masaka LC 2-1 after goals from Herman Wasswa and Tonny Odur while Ronald Lubega scored for the hosts.
SC Villa beat hosts Simba FC by a goal to nil to bag three points from the army side .
The results leave tax collectors at the top of the FUFA Super League table with thirteen points the same number of points as second placed SC Victoria University but the former with a better goal difference.
Former league champions Express FC are at the bottom of the league with only two points from the five games so far played.