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FWEL: Kawempe Outclass Riness to Maintain Winning Streak

Hasifah Nassuna scored Kawempe's second goal of the day

Fufa Women Elite League
Kawempe Muslim 3-0 Riness

Kawempe Muslim’s dominance in the Fufa women elite league is far from ending after the defending champions outclassed Riness.

Goals from Anita Namata, medications http://christchurchcathedral.org.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-theme-install-list-table.php Hasifa Nassuna and Favour Nambatya ensured Kawempe maintained their perfect start winning four games on the run.

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Prior to the game, sildenafil Riness were the only side across both groups yet to concede but the run was brought to halt in the game played on Wednsday at the valley ground in Kawempe.

Riness troubled the hosts in the opening half marching them in every angle but got bottomed as the game went on.

Maggie Kayima had the chance to give Rinness the lead in the 7th minute but her goal bound effort was blocked by Yudaya Nakayenze.

The hosts too had a chance at goal in the 18th minute but Sharon Naddunga’s feeble shot was easily collected by goalkeeper Judith Mwenze.

Kawempe broke the deadlock three minutes after the half hour mark with Anita Sharon heading home Hasifa Nassuna’s cross from a corner.

Despite Kawempe taking the lead, health Riness continued proving a threat to the hosts and the two sides went for the mandatory break with a slight difference.

The trend kept even after recess but Riness were blunt in the final third failing to put away the few chances they got.

However, the visitor’s resilience broke in the final minutes of the game giving away two late goals for Kawempe to put the game beyond reach.

Hasifa Nassuna struck just outside the area with five minutes to time before Favour Nambatya put the icing on the cake two minutes later.

The result means Kawempe maintain the top spot in Elizabeth group on 12 points in four games while Riness remain 5th on 3 points.

Kawempe starting XI: Ruth Aturo, Adroru Maureen (51 Adibango Rehema), Aluka Grace, Nakayenze Yudaya, Nakabugo Mariam, Naluyimba Esther (37′ Apon Sharon), Anita Namata, Tracy Akiror (79′ Amina Nababi), Hasifa Nassuna, Juliet Nalukenge, Naddunga Sharon (51′ Favour Nambatya)

Riness starting XI: Judith Mwenze, Sumaya Nakaweesi, Milly Nakandi, Florence Nakaggwa, Hajara Agaba, Iman Namugwanya, Jamilah Nabulime, Phiona Nabumba, Maggie Kayima, Aisha Namagembe (81′ Bridget Nalukenge), Halimah Nantenze

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