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SC Villa Wallops Police FC

Wasswa-Okot-Muhumuza

ailment http://ccalliance.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-list-table-compat.php geneva; font-size: small;”>Ssekiziyivu opened the score for Villa thanks to a beautiful display of skills by veteran midfielder Hakim Magumba.

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Villa continued dominating the game with Magumba allover the field displaying great skills and runs before setting up Ssekiziyivu yet again for a brace for the striker and the second half ended 2 nil for the Villa park side.

In the second half Magumba was at it again doing what he does best- making runs before setting team captain Steven Bengo for the third goal.

Coach Sam Timbe`s men managed to pull one goal in the added time to make it 3 goals to 1 by SC Villa.

Mr. Kalanzi the Villa tactician was full of praises for his boys. ‘My boys have applied well the tactics and have done what I told them to do. We deserved the win and now let’s wait for the next game,’ added Kalanzi.

In other games elsewhere table leaders KCCA FC stretched their lead after beating Masaka LC by 2 goals to nil thanks to a brace from Eddy Mubiru.

At Namboole SC Victoria University was held to a goalless draw by Entebbe FC.

At Wankulukuku second placed Vipers FC were also held to a goalless draw by the hosts Express FC.

The FUFA Super League table is now led by KCCA FC with 39 points and Vipers in second place with 37 points.

New league entrants Victoria University are in third position with34 points.

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