Police FC started life after Coach Sam Timbe with a goalless draw away to tax collectors URA FC at the Mekhta stadium in Lugazi on Friday to pick their fifth away point.
The law enforcers moved out of the red zone with eight points just one above their next customers Kirinya Jinja SS and BUL FC. The outcome means Kisala’s side remain locked fifth on the log.
Arua based side Onduparaka held a lucklustre Lweza FC to another barren stalemate in a match that witnessed a decent attendance especially the green army hopefuls. Star striker Shabaan Muhammad returned from suspension but could only earn himself another caution.
The two sides entered the tie perching on the 8th and ninth position but its the caterpillars who maintained theirs as well as moving to fourteen points. Lweza slipped one down due to Saints hard-fought 1-0 victory at Kakindu against JMC Hippos.
In the other game, viagra http://corpuschristimiami.com/wp-admin/includes/media.php leaders KCCA FC opened a six point gap on the summit with a 2-1 away result over Bright Stars in Mwererwe. Veteran Geoffrey Sserunkuma scored his seventh of the season to overtake Muhammad Shaban in the race to the golden boot.
Derrick Nsibambi scored the second on the tenth minute which meant John Kokas Opejo’s 79th minute strike could only console the hosts in their seventh loss against the Lugogo side in just their eighth meeting.
Generally only four goals were scored with two coming in the first half. Eleven yellow cards were issued in three matches.
Lweza 0-0 0nduparaka – MNS Namboole
Bright Star 1-2 KCCA FC – CS Matugga
JMC Hippos 0-1 The Saints FC – Kakindu
URA FC 0-0 Police FC – MS Lugazi