FBL: Maroons Whitewash Kyambogo to Go Four Clear

Maroons football club have accumulated 24 points from ten matches.

Maroons Football club stepped up their quest to bounce back to the Uganda Premier League with a magnificent display that saw the team blast five past Kyambogo FC in a thrilling seven goal match.

The match was staged at Kyambogo university west End grounds.

The Prison warders entered the game with 21 points, cheapest two above second placed Ndejje University with Kyambogo FC game at hand.

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Solomon Walusimbi continued his fine form with a stunning 25th minute opener dribbling into a bush of three defenders before disposing the keeper.

Sydney Cheka doubled the score seven minutes to the break finishing off a quick counter attack.

Patrick Kaddu, who had been sidelined in the trip to Lira last week, returned with a bang heading home just two minutes after the breather.

Walusimbi and Kaddu completed the respective braces in the 85th and 93rd minutes.

Maroons move five points clear with 24 after ten games.

In Lira, Coach Dan Obote started his tenure at the Lango sports ground with his side Sporting United overcoming Dove All Stars by a single goal.

The win moves the team to fifth place with 16 points level with third and fourth Paidha and Simba FC respectively. Simba lost to Kira United 2-1.

Kira climb to second after accumulating 17 points. Rwenzori Marquez Mol tapped in the 58th minute to give Mbarara City a slim 1-0 advantage over travelling Synergy FC at the Kakyeka stadium in Mbarara.

Masavu also opened the gap to five points following their 2-0 result at home against Airtel Kitara.

The games continue tomorrow with one lined up.


Thursday 1 November

Elgon Group
Kyambogo FC 2-5 Maroons FC – Kyambogo
Kira United 2-1 Simba FC – Kira
Sporting United 1-0 Doves All Stars- Lira

Rwenzori Group
Baza Holdings Vs Kireka United – Kawempe Muslim ground
Mbarara City 1-0 Synergy – Kakyeeka Stadium, Mbarara
Masavu 2-1 Airtel Kitara – Entebbe

Friday 2 November
Hope Doves Vs Boma Young – Mutesa II Stadium, Wankulukuku


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