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URA Wins Uganda Cup In Mbale

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view http://communique-de-presse-gratuit.com/wp-content/plugins/imagemanager/classes/transform.php geneva;”>William Wadri opened the scoring for KCC FC on 29 minutes but URA responded Seven minutes later with well taken Simeon Masaba free kick. Feni Ali got URA’s second in the 39th minute.

Second half substitute Derrick Nsibambi who came on for left fullback Habib Kavuma netted KCC’s second on the evening at Mbale Municipal stadium.

in the spot kicks, Bwete expertly saved kicks by Kiwanuka Gadafi and Ronnie Kiseka.

Normal time ended 2-2 and the game went straight to penalties as per the tournament’s rules for this season.

URA will now represent Uganda in next year’s CAF confederations cup.

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