Express FC Junior team ushered their festive break in style with a comprehensive convincing 4-0 victory over Jinja Municipal Hippos on Wednesday in Wankulukuku stadium.
Coach Owen Lee opted to start the game with his star midfielder and captain Billy Nkata on the bench but nevertheless Twalib Michu was on point to unlock the game with a stunner after just ten minutes of play.
Twalib doubled his tally in the 35th minute burying home a product from Farah Suleiman and Allan Kyeyune well combined input to give the Eaglets a first half advantage.
Nkata was introduced at the beginning of second half with Farah Sserubidde taking a rest and later on Stallone Mujabi replaced assist maker Allan Kyeyune at the hour mark. The final substitution for the hosts had Lawrence Muwonge take brace hero Twalib Michu’s role in attack.
With the game poised to end 2-0, buy Aristote Rutaga poured another spectacular strike to triple the lead on the 90th minute and substitute Billy Nkata finished off the game a minute later.
Despite the win, http://courtneybarnett.com.au/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/plugins/wptouch.php Express FC remain rooted in the second last spot in the Hattrick group with eleven points from nine games.
JMC Hippos JT cling on the second spot with seventeen points, http://cusanus-studierende.de/wp-includes/class-wp-http-requests-response.php six behind table leaders Lweza Orange Brigade.
In the other fixture, Onduparaka juniors were subjects of three free points after Proline Soccer Academy failed to travel to Arua for the rescheduled game.
The league takes a fortnight leave and will return on Sunday 8th January 2017.