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The game ended 26 – 20 in favour of Nkumba University.
Olivia Nambatya and Beatrice Nakamya top scored for Nkumba University with 5 goals each while Namuwaya Beatrice and Akongo Stella each scored 5 for Police.
The game of the day saw Ever Green taking on last year’s runners up UPDF in a mouth-watering encounter.
UPDF unleashed a rather unusual line up and they had almost gotten written off even before the start of the game having most of their starters on the bench.
The game started with UPDF scoring quick 4 goals before Ever Green answered back with a combination of Patrick Semuwemba and Job Oloya leading the charge.
The last game of the day had Police Metro punishing new debutants Kakungulu Memorial 29 – 15.