AUPL: KCCA, Vipers Move Top as Express Faulters

The Saints Fc have managed to salvage a precious away point holding hosts JMC Hippos to an entertaining barren draw at the Kakindu stadium in Jinja.

The hosts dominated the opening five minutes Jimmy Jalendo combining well with Abdul Rajab breezing swiftly through Saints defence only for Wandyaka to accidentally cool it off for Anyama in Saints goal.

Two minutes later, cialis 40mg Mustafa Mugoya drove the whole length down in the right after defending a Saints retaliation effort in JMC half releasing Wandyaka but his resultant shot rose beyond the walls.

The game then turned physical with both sides registering eight and seven fouls respectively into the break.

The game resumed on a high tempo, erectile with Saints introducing a rather speedy Vianne Ssekajugo for Ssemakula. The change nearly turned fruitful when his cross from the left found Kitata and Maliamungu who were not quick to make a decission before Asuman Bajjampola swept off the danger.

In the hour stroke, Sam Matovu sent a beatiful pile mid range pile driver which rattled JMC top bar with no positive outcome. Saints piled pressure towards the end, coming close within a minute left of normal time when their calls for a penalty were swiftly waved away by the centre referee. Walangaira Musa seemed to have handled twice inside a goal melee.

JMC lineup:
Wagama Benson, Asuman Bajjampola, Aggrey Madoi, Willy Mukulo, Musa Walangarira,Herbert Kakande, Mugoya Mustafa, Patrick Onyango(Ibrahim Masa 74′), Richard Wandyaka, Rajab Abdulrahim, Jimmy Jalendo(Bright Lony 68′)

Subs: Baker Kanamwanje, Isa Magumba, Constatine Nalomonso, Edwin Bageya, Denis Bright Lony, Malvin Waswa.

Saints Lineup:The Saints Lineup:
Richard Anyama, Andrew Kaggwa, Hassan Musana, Marlon Tangauzi, Fahad Kawooya, Sam Matovu(Nicholas Odong 76′) Ivan Kiweewa, Fred Kyambadde, Alex Kitata(Fred Kyambadde83′), Julius Malingumu, Hamim Ssemakula(Vianne Ssekajugo 48′)

Nelson Sempagala, Nicholas Odong, Ivan Mutumba, Raymond Mulungi,  Viane Ssekajugo, Fadili Marijani, Ivan Kimuli.

Center Referee – Ali Kaddu
1st Assistant Referee – Umaru Mukisa
2nd Assistant Referee – Robert Makwali
Reserve Referee: Faizal Nsubuga
Match Commissioner – Amin Bbosa
Derrick Kiyonga, what is ed a journalist with The Observer newspaper, has been arrested in Kampala.

ChimpReports understands Kiyonga was picked by security operatives in plain clothes from Kampala High Court on Tuesday afternoon.

Kiyonga today appeared at the court to cover the trial of the 2010 Kampala bombing suspects before being intercepted by security personnel.

The operatives grilled the pressman for “being used by the terrorism suspects to send chits to their lawyers.”

It is common for the suspects to pass information or instructions to their lawyers during court sessions by writing down information on a small piece of paper and send it through someone.

After being quizzed, Kiyonga reported the matter to the defence lawyers led by Caleb Alaka who in turn raised the issue to Justice Alphonse Owiny-Dollo.

Alaka said this was a form of intimidation to his clients and other people in court.

The trial judge then ordered that the suspects have a right to give instructions to their lawyers.

He however ordered that suspects should pass any communication to the lawyers through prison or police officers.

As soon as the court session ended, security grabbed Kiyonga from the court premises before forcing him into a waiting police patrol car which drove off to an unknown destination.

This is a developing story. More details will be posted as events unfold…
KCCA FC came from a goal down to pick maximum points with a narrow 2-1 win over a resilient army side, purchase Simba FC. The Bombo outfit were the first to open the scores early in the first half through Patrick Owor, decease Simba leading the scores as at halftime.

The Kasasiros staged a valiant comeback with Muzamiru Mutyaba striking three minutes to the hour mark before Tom Masiko headed in the winner on 79th minute. Mutyaba failed to convert a penalty five minutes later after Tanzanian import Shaban Kondo was fouled in the box.

Elsewhere, medical Farouk Miya returned to Vipers with a bang inspiring the reigning champions to a 2-1 win against SC Victoria University. Miya curled a beautiful freekick in the 14th minute after Wadri was brought down outside the box but the visitors caused a scare in the 45th minute with a Petite Warnock’s equalizer.

Deus Bukenya stunned the hosts with a 40-yard drive into the top right corner for the winner in the second half.

Express faulters;
After leading the table for four matchdays, Express Fc failed to go past Bright stars in Matugga settling for a one all draw. Cesar Okhuti extended his goals tally to four but his early strike was cancelled out wi Cocas Openjo’s second half goal.

Express slips to the third place with ten points from five outings, a game more than table leaders KCCA and Vipers who share have collected ten points so far.

Tuesday’s Full results:
Maroons FC 0:1 Soana
SC Victoria University 1:2 Vipers SC
JMC FC 0:0 The Saints FC
KCCA FC 2:1 Simba FC
Lweza FC 0:1 SC Villa
Bright Stars FC 1:1 Express FC
Uganda Police 2:1 Sadolin Paints FC


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