Six time Uganda premier league champions Express Fc returned on top of the table with a bang after comprehensively beating Bul Fc by four straight goals. The coach Waswa Bbosa’s charges opted to play the game despite having three players who featured for the national team.
Ibrahim Kayiwa opened the flood gates just five minutes to the break with a steady header from Sulaiman ‘Mike’ Mutyaba’s timely cross.
After the break, side effects for sale http://dejanmilutinovic.com/wp-content/plugins/unyson/framework/extensions/shortcodes/helpers.php The Red Eagles resumed duty from where they had left, medications http://crownheights.info/wp-includes/ms-functions.php Ceasar Okhuti picking a loose ball running into Bul’s defense but was brought down at the edge of the box two minutes after restart. Okhuti curled a brilliant one to the top corner to take his season’s tally to five.
Emma Kalyowa completed the assault with a brace coming in the 64th and 92nd minutes with assists from Mutyaba and Ogwang respectively.
Sadolin 1-0 SC Victoria
Nigerian import Victor Emenayo netted his first league goal in Bugembe, scoring in the 83rd minute as Sadolin Paints fc brushed off stiff resistance from SC Victoria university at home. The painters moved to the sixth place with twelve points.
In Kavumba RC, Crespo Asiku and Allan Kayiwa scored in both halves to gift Soana the fourth win of the season, edging out ‘ailing’ giants SC Villa 2-1. Robert Achema grabbed the consolation for the Jogoos. Elsewhere, Bob Kasozi scored an own goal to deny URA maximum points in a one-all draw played in Bombo Barracks. Elkanah Nkugwa pulled one for the tax collectors.
JMC Hippos FC 1-0 Maroons FC, Kakindu Stadium
Sadolin Paints FC 1-0 SCVU, Bugembe
Simba 1-1 URA FC, Bombo
Express FC 4-0 BUL FC, Wankulukuku
Soana FC 2-1 SC Villa Jogoo, Kavumba