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Soana Shocks SCVU, Leaders Vipers Held

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The result means that SCVU have won just one of their opening three games in the second round.


Soana have moved into fourth position on 33 points.


In Kitende, table leaders Vipers dropped two vital points following a goalless draw in Kitende with Bright Stars FC.


The new comers who were playing minus two regular players Musa Kalwira and Anthony Bongole due to suspension absorbed the pressure from the home team as they kept Vipers were hoping to complete a double over Bright Stars who remain unbeaten since the start of the second round.


Vipers remain top with 36 points.


In Lugazi, former champions URA trounced Proline FC 3-0 thanks to goals by Frank Kalanda and a brace by Feni Moses Ali.


URA moves to second position with 35 points while Kira drop to third on 34.


At Nakivubo, Sc Villa recovered from a goal down to beat Kira Young 2-1. Villa’s goals were scored by victor Emanayo and Karim Nduggwa.


In Mbale Ivan Lubaale was on target for bottom placed CRO while Benson Ociti netted for Police.


Full time results

URA 3-0 PROLINE

VIPERS 0-0 BRIGHT STARS

SCVU 0-1 SOANA

BUL 0-0 EXPRESS

SC VILLA 2-1 KIRA YOUNG

CRO 1-1 POLICE

ENTEBBE 1-1 MASAKA

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