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FSL: Wounded KCC Downs Strugglers Proline

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cialis 40mg http://colosseo.com.br/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/flamingo.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Matching from a 3-2 defeat to Express on Tuesday on the same pitch, KCC FC were playing Proline who had won their last game 2-0 against bottom placed CRO FC.


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George Nsimbe went into the game thinking about maximum points and his boys never disappointed him.


Ivan Ntege netted a brace while Tony Odour and Ghadafi Kiwanuka got the other goals for the ‘Kasasiro boys’ who went to 52 point but with a game in hand.


In Mbale, URA FC remained in third position despite hammering CRO 4-0.


Robert Ssentongo netted a double while Musa Docca and Feni Ali were also on target for URA.


Sports club Victoria University (SCVU) who drew 0-0 with Simba at Mandela National stadium, Namboole.


Elsewhere Express FC edged Bright Stars 1-0 at Wankulukuku with Julius Ogwang scoring just three minutes to half time.


At Nakivubo stadium SC Villa drew -2 with Vipers FC.


Farouk Miya and Joseph Mpande scored for Vipers while Karim Ndugwa and Victor Emenayo got their names on the score sheet for the Jogoos.


In Kavumba, Police won 3-2 against Entebbe FC.


Ronald Nyanzi netted a double while Kawooya Frank got the other.


Veteran striker Yusuf Kinene scored twice for Entebbe.

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