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FJL Wrap Up: Onduparaka End KCCA Run, JMC Overcome Villa

Onduparaka Junior Team ended KCCA SA eight match winning run

Salim Abdallah’s lone strike for Onduparaka was enough to end KCCA soccer Academy’s eight match unbeaten streak as the two squared out in Arua on Saturday. The Treble group leaders had not lost a single point raking 30 points on their path.

Onduparaka remain third with 18 points, view http://debbiehowes.com/wp-content/plugins/frontier-post/frontier-delete-post.php five behind Vipers JT who picked four points after URA JT failed to meet the required minimal standards for the game to take place.

“The walkover was awarded because the home team (URA) turned up for the game but failed to mark their pitch, website http://coastalallergycare.com/wp-includes/l10n.php ” FUFA youth Development officer Mr. Bashir Mutyaba told ChimpSport.

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“Therefore the referee could not allow the game to go on in such an environment.”

The other games in the treble group saw Sadolin Paints and Police Armless Brigade picked identical 1-0 away victories against Proline Soccer Academy and BUL JT respectively.

Hat trick Group
The Saints JT forced  leaders Lweza Orange Brigade  to a one all draw after Stuart Aaron Mutebi’s strike cancelled out George Lubowa’s goal.

Lubowa hit his eighth goal of the season to move one below leading scorer Fred Massa.

In Jinja, page a strike each from Desire Muwonge and Ali Ssekibira ensured JMC Hippos overcome SC Villa Jogoo JT to maintain second spot.

Results;

Saturday
Onduparaka 1-0 KCCA
Proline 0-1 Sadolin Paints

Sunday
BUL 0-1 Police
The Saints 1-1 Lweza
JMC Hippos 2-0 SC Villa
URA 0-3 Vipers
Bright Stars 1-2 Express
Soana 1-0 Kirinya Jinja SS

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