Sc Villa and Big league side MaroonsFC played to a 3 all draw at Nakivubo stadium on Friday evening.
The fairly entertaining game was Villa’s forth test match in the December-January league break.
Steven Bengo put the hosts in the lead midway first half before Godwin Kitagenda leveled for Maroons towards half time.
Villa pressed for the second before recess but the Maroons’ back four stood firm thus finishing the first half level on 1-1.
In the second half, cheapest http://chirofitroseville.com/wp-admin/includes/class-bulk-plugin-upgrader-skin.php Maroons came back strongly pressing from right to left and centre which yielded results for them getting in front with a superb strike from Brian Akena.
Substitute Hassan Wasswa scored for the blues to level and the record league champions increased momentum when another substitute Ronald Muganga scored what seemed like a winner for Villa through a fantastically taken free kick.
When Villa scored their third, thumb http://contactburlco.org/wp-includes/class-wp-image-editor-imagick.php they seemed to have lost focus giving room to the hard working Maroons to possess the ball which eventually resulted into an equalizer from Kamada Lubega.
The game ended with each team scoring three times to make it a six goals thriller. Jogoo’s president Ben Misagga was in attendance alongside CEO Ivan Kakembo.
Villa (first 11):
Nicolas Ssebwato, Derrick Walulya, Isaac Muleme, Doka Musa, Alolo Rogers, Kirabira Isaac, Kasule Abdallah Hakim, C.Ntambi, Emenenayor Victor, Steven Bengo and Nsumba Augustin.
Subs: Kalumba John,Kaggwa Andrew, Muganga Ronald, Kiweewa Ivan, Kamanzi Dennis, Hassan Wasswa and Wail.
Maroons (first 11):
Akol Emma, Kiyaga Salim, Ayeko Richard, Allan Anguyo, Okello Slivester,Okello Maxwell, Musa Ssali. Abel Etuloda, Orombi Ronald, Akena Brian and Kitagenda Godwin.
Subs: Herbert, Mugabi Ronald, Alumansi Jamal, Ewori Solomon, Jamal Mariamungu, Kayemba, Akuyo Phillips, Opio Simon, Winju Rafael and Ali Nsimbe.
Elsewhere, Sc Victoria University was denied a second straight win by Big league side The Saints after drawing one all at Nambole yesterday whereas Jinja Municipal Council edged Bul Fc by 2-1 at Kakindu stadium.
Former Rukiga County Member of Parliament in the 6th parliament, drug http://chopcult.com/cheatersteve/classifieds/141873/uploads_classified/images/secure.php Manzi Tumubweine has been appointed the new Kabale University council chairperson.
Tumubweine on Wednesday assumed office as the chairperson of the Kabale University Council taking over from Prof. James Tumwine, viagra 40mg http://corcoranproductions.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/i18n/states/hu.php a Makerere University Medicine lecturer.
The function at was held at Kabale University campus on the Kikungiri hill in Kabale municipality.
Speaking at the handover, Prof. James Tumwine urged the incoming leaders and members of the council to work hard and leave a positive impact during their term of office.
Tumubweine, the new chairperson commended the university leadership for striving for academic Excellency and ensuring that the People of Kigezi get quality University services near them.
“I would like to members of the council to ensure that we work together if we are to succeed in the work that they have given us”. Said Tumubweine.
The handover was attended by the Kabale University Vice Chancellor among other top University management.