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AUPL: Unlucky Kirinya Draw Blanks Against Sadolin In Derby

Kirinya have now played three games without scoring nor conceding.

Newcomers Kirinya Jinja SS FC have been unfortunate not to pick maximum points from their third league game against Sadolin Paints FC after the game ended goalless after final whistle on Tuesday evening at Bugembe stadium.

The school boys started and maintained a high tempo attacking the painters continuously but their efforts went begging.

Sadolin mysteriously missed their assistant coach Musafiri Abdusamadu who led through the warm ups but sat in the stands during the game.

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Kirinya’s closest chance presented in the 40th when Otim initiated a quick counter attack down his right flank snaking through Mayanja and Kiiza. The latter tried to shoot but was blocked by Oringa and back into play

Drajua fired a low stinger that Sajjabi narrowly deflected to hit the top bar for a corner. Kigozi’s direct corner kick was tipped over by Oringa for a second successive. The third hit the post and the keeper punched it away from the box.

Coach Isabirye introduced Wakalaita and Joel Madondo in the second period to rest Magumba and Akol.

The second option nearly worked in the 70th. Mayanja picked Ikara’s clearance and paced into the visitor’s half before quickly exchanging with Wakalaita and then floated an in swinger which Otim headed back in play for Wakalaita to finish off only for the assistant referee to flag off.

Sadolin pulled a quick rebuttal leaving kirinya’s attack in suspense but Basaan Safi’s low shot on a one on one was blocked by Ikara. Oryek struck the rebound but Mulondo’s sliding tackle was all enough.

Lineups.

Kirinya: Tom Ikara, viagra 40mg http://context-beermann.de/templates/context_beermann/warp/systems/joomla/helpers/system.php Allan Drajua, http://dancehallarena.com/wp-admin/includes/class-automatic-upgrader-skin.php Francis Onen, Mike Kawooya, Livingston Mulondo, James Otim, Musa Magumba, Francis Kigozi, David Kiiza, Godfrey Akol, Anthony Mayanja.

Sadolin: Franco Oringa, Ronald Lukungu, Nasser Nsubuga, Ibra Sajjabi, Dan Ekoyu, Andrew Basooma, Nasser Muzamir, Robert Schema, Basaan Saaf, Norman Ogik, Desmond Kyobe

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