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FWEL: Olila, Ajax Queens Pick Wins As Gafford Falter Again

UCU Lady Cardinals thumped Western united 5-0 in Mbarara

Match day two of the Fufa Women elite league produced several talking points as five of seven scheduled league games were played over the weekend.

The game between defending champions Kawempe Muslim and Buikwe She Red stars was not played as the latter failed to make the trip to the valley grounds.

According to reports, diagnosis http://curarlaimpotencia.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.jetpack-user-agent.php Buikwe failed to make the minimum required number of players with only five players available and even those that were ready to play did not travel to Kawempe.

Kawempe Muslim will now earn three points and three goals and will move to six points after a 7-0 win over London stallions in the opening game.

Muteesa I Royal university and London stallions was the other game that was not played with reports indicating Muteesa II stadium, visit this site http://curiousmediums.com/wp-includes/date.php where the university side host their games was engaged with other activities and the game was postponed to a later date yet to be communicated.

She Corporate redeemed themselves from a shocking defeat 3-2 to Uganda Martyrs in the first game by defeating She Makerere 2-0 in Nakawa.

An own goal by She Makerere defender Rebecca Nakasatto and another goal by defender Janet Mukeshimana ensured She Corporate picked their first win.

UCU Lady Cardinals earned the biggest win of the weekend thumping Western United 5-0 in Rugando, Mbarara.

Maureen Kinavudori grabbed a hat trick (first this season) before Jackie Nakasi and Esther Kadondi netted a goal apiece to complete the rout.

UCU Lady Cardinals now have maximum points after winning 2-0 against Buikwe in mid-week.

Maureen Kinavudori scored the first hat trick this season in UCU's 5-0 win

Maureen Kinavudori scored the first hat trick this season in UCU’s 5-0 win

In soroti, new money bags Olila High school defeated Gafford Ladies 2-0 to get their first win this season.

Sharon Achieng and Fazilah Ikwaput both goals assisted by Ritah Nabbosa. Olila had succumbed to a 3-1 loss to Ajax Queens in their first game while Gafford drew one all against Wakiso Hills.

Ajax Queens continued their perfect start to the season with a comfortable 3-0 win over Wakiso Hills.

Maureen Afoyo netted a brace while new recruit Bridget Nabisaalu added another goal for the Bulenga based side to make it 3 wins in 3 games and maintain their lead in the Victoria group.

Elsewhere, in the only game played on Sunday, Riness and Kampala Queens shared spoils in a goalless stalemate.

Weekend results

Olila High 2-0 Gafford Ladies
Western United 0-5CU Lady Cardinals
She Corporate 2-0 She Makerere
Wakiso Hills 0-3 Ajax Queens
Riness 0-0 Kampala Queens
Muteesa vs London stallions (postponed)
Kawempe Muslim vs Buikwe She Red stars (walkover for Kawempe)

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