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URA struggled to secure an equalizer in vain as Kira defenders kept them a good distance away from their net in a thrilling match at Namboole on Friday evening.
The loss of URA means a lot towards the future of head coach Paul Nkanta who joined the team only ten months ago.
Meanwhile, at Nakivubo, Masaka LC lost to Kawempe-based Bright stars 2-1.
Hussein Mayanja’s goal helped Bright stars to lead the visitor up to the end of first half.
Owen Kasule’s brother’s Jimmy Lule stretched Bright Stars’ lead immediately after the beginning of second half.
And a penalty kick from Livingstone Lugemwa helped Masaka LC to have a consolation goal.
In Kavumba Police FC settled for a goalless draw with Vipers.
FUFA super league resumes on Sunday with a replay at Namboole where Vipers takes on SC Villa at 4pm.
Kira young 1-0 URA
Bright stars 2-1 Masaka LC
Police 0-0 Vipers