Ibrahim Kongo and Solomon Walusimbi double strike in the second half against Sporting United FC propelled Maroons FC to just one point behind Rwenzori table leaders Ndejje University.
The highly charged game was played at the Lango Sports ground in Lira.
Kongo fired the Prison warders up in the hour mark from a beautiful set up with Damian Nakalema who beat three defenders before tipping the scorer to round up Saddam Ogwang.
Walusimbi doubled the trouble for the hosts with a simple finish off Sydney Cheka’s first time cross.
Coach Asaph Tumwebaze rotated his forward line leaving out Patrick Kaddu, nurse http://clockdodgers.com/wp-content/plugins/siteorigin-panels/inc/learn.php Raphael Winju Peter Otai for Kongo, http://clubcycloautun.fr/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-post-comments-list-table.php Walusimbi and Cheka.
The 2-1 victory lifts Maroons to 18 points, one below Ndejje University with two games at hand.
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Sporting United: Saddam Ogang (Gk), shabaan Ebuni, Meddy Mohammed, Norman Ogwel, Emmanuel Okwir, James Abace, Walter Ogwang, Ambrose Kibi, Gerald Obongo, Dennis Medinho
Maroons: Jamal Malyamungu, Eddy Kapampa, Mustapha Kizza, Allan Anguyo, Ronald Orombi. Damian Nakalema, yahaya Luuti, Solomon Walusimbi, Sydney Cheka, Ibrahim Kongo.