FUFA Super League Concludes

visit this geneva;”>Curtains closed down on the 2012-2013 Fufa Super League season on Friday after one year and eight days; a champion Kampala City Council was crowned while the last sides were demoted when the last 8 games of the season are played on Sunday.

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The race for the golden boot award was won by KCC striker Herman Wasswa who netted a brilliant 20 goals all season; 11for former club SC Villa and 9 for champions KCC.

But followers of the league had their sights set on eight centers in. These stadiums played host to games that determined winners and losers in the title and survival all played at the same match time.

At Nakivubo; Champions KCC played to a goalless stalemate against Uganda Revenue Authority who also consolidated their grip on second place in the 2012-13 FSL League finishing with 56 points while the Lugogo championship winning side collected 63 all season.

At Kakindu; Victors confirmed their relegation from the topflight football after being held 1-1 by seventh placed BUL FC with efforts coming Senkaaba George and Aziz Kemba on either sides

At Bombo; A double strike from Henry Oguti and Aziz Mubiru’s goal were enough to secure Kiira Young’s 9th win of the season at Simba SC‘s fortress in Bombo Military barracks. Yasin Muwanika pulled back a consolation goal for Fred Kajoba’s side that finished on 35 points in 13th spot.

At Namboole; Substitute James Obangala scored late in the second half to deny SCVU a top four finish as visitors Masaka LC earned a deserved 1-0 win.
SCVU started the stronger knowing too well that a win would guarantee fourth place but also hoping a defeat for SC Villa in Buikwe would ensure the same.

At Lugogo; Paddy Muhumuza and William Wadri scored as Proline clinched a 2-0 win over relegated Water FC. The Lugogo side managed 10th place on the 16 team log.

At Kavumba; Depleted former East and Central African champions Police FC were held by relegated Aurum Roses to a goalless draw. Police finished just two spots above relegation in what is undoubtedly the worst season in topflight football struggling in the bottom half all campaign.

At Buikwe; The battle for third place between record champions SC Villa and Vipers SC ensured in Buikwe town with Ronald Muganga’s double proving not enough to wrestle the third spot away from the home side. Kawooya Emma, Okhuti Ceasar and Mpande Joseph scored for Duru Chukuma’s team.

At Wankulukuku; Newbies Entebbe scored twice as 2011-2012 champions Express were dumped in 11th place on 36 points. Entebbe finished 5th and was the best impressive among the three promoted teams.


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