Action in the Fufa Women elite league continued over the weekend with six fixtures played across the two groups.
Nine goals were scored with only one game ending in a draw.
Defending champions Kawempe Muslim, pill http://daisho.ca/wp-includes/feed-rdf.php Uganda Martyr’s Lubaga and Wakiso Hills recorded away wins.
Gafford Ladies search for their maiden win this season is still on after a stalemate against She Corporate on Saturday at Kanyanya playground.
Gafford have now picked just four points in their opening five games sitting 5th on the table while She Corporate are third with 7 points in the Victoria group.
She Makerere were stunned at home suffering a shocking 2-1 loss to Wakiso Hills.
In Soroti, more about http://daa.asn.au/wp-content/plugins/download-monitor/includes/class-dlm-installer.php Olila High school picked maximum points defeating Uganda Martyr’s 1-0 courtesy of Ritah Nabossa on Saturday and Olila now sit second on the table in Victoria group on nine points in four games, four behind leaders Ajax Queens.
Uganda Martyrs redeemed themselves with a 1-0 hard-fought win against Eastern Heroes on Sunday.
In the Elizabeth group, leaders Kawempe Muslim maintained their perfect start to the season winning five in five after a 1-0 win against Kampala Queens on Saturday at Villa Park, Nsambya.
Defender Yudaya Nakayenze scored the all important goal for Kawempe to maintain their summit status with 15 points.
On Sunday, UCU Lady Cardinals defeated rivals Mutesa I Royal University 2-1 to claim second spot.
Maureen Kinavudori and Jackie Nakasi scored for the Mukono based side while Sharon Namatovu netted for Muteesa, taking her goal tally to 6 and currently the top scorer.
Match day 5 results
Olila High 1-0 Uganda Martyr’s
Eastern Heroes 0-1 Uganda Martyr’s
She Makerere 1-2 Wakiso Hills
Kampala Queens 0-1 Kawempe Muslim
Gafford Ladies 0-0 She Corporate
UCU Lady Cardinals 2-1 Muteesa I Royal university