Fufa Women Elite League
London stallions 0-10 Kawempe Muslim
Reigning Fufa women elite league champions Kawempe Muslim proved yet again that they are no man’s match as they humiliated minnows London stallions as the second round of the 2016/17 season got under way on Saturday.
Despite playing away from home, search http://chios.ro/wp-admin/includes/export.php Kawempe Muslim put 10 goals past London stallions in the game played at Seeta church of Uganda playground.
Kawempe who defeated the same side 7-0 at the start of the season completed a double over them with 2016 best female footballer of the year, viagra http://crosscon.ca/wp-includes/class-walker-category.php Hasifa Nassuna scoring a double brace (4 goals) to take her tally to 11 goals in 7 games this season.
Defender Yudaya Nakayenze also got onto the score sheet with two goals, http://centroilponte.com/wp-content/plugins/layerslider/wp/compatibility.php first heading home Nassuna’s delivery from a corner before adding another from a free kick.
Lanky forward Favor Nambatya too scored a brace before Juliet Nalukenge and Tracy Akiror netted the other goals to complete the rout.
The win means Kawempe Muslim move to 21 points in seven games while London Stallions remain bottom of Elizabeth group with no point.
In the other games played on Saturday, Riness defeated Western United 2-0 in Mbarara with debutant Nassali Jackie scoring. The other goal was scored by Halima Nantenze.
In Soroti, Olila Women’s football club piled more misery to She Mak who suffered a 7-0 humbling against Ajax Queens in midweek, defeating them 3-0.
Action continues on Sunday with Muteesa playing host to Kampala Queens at Wankulukuku, Uganda Martyrs will be seeking to make a double over She Corporate when they host them in Rubaga. The students won the first leg 3-2 in Nakawa.
She Mak return to action after two successive losses and will be seeking to make amends against fellow strugglers Eastern Heroes. Makerere won the first leg 1-0.