Soroti based Olila High School picked four vital points away from home to go top of Victoria group in the Fufa Women Elite league.
Olila defeated Gafford Ladies 3-0 on Saturday before playing to a two all draw against She Makerere a day later.
Coming into Saturday’s game, ed http://comotenerunabuenaereccion.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/upgrade.php Olila were just two points behind group leaders Uganda Martyrs who had 16 points and victory would send them top.
Initially the game was supposed to be played at Kanyanya playground where Gafford Ladies host their games but was shifted to Rubaga with the former venue occupied.
Fazirah Ikwaput, thumb http://contemporarydancevideos.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/stats.php Apio Sarah and Cissy Nantongo scored the goals for Olila High school.
The team returned to action on Sunday against She Makerere and took a comfortable 2-0 lead by halftime but threw away the lead allowing the hosts to salvage a point.
An own goal by Rebecca Nakasato gave Olila an early lead before Amangat Marion doubled the lead.
However, http://cfmasv.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ftpext.php She Mak put up a resuscitated performance in the second half with substitute Fahaby Kitimbo and Shamim Nakachwa scoring to level matters.
Midway through the game, She Mak’s left back Carol Anyango missed a penalty.
The results from the two games now mean Olila High school lead Victoria group with 18 points two adrift of second placed Uganda Martyr’s High school, Rubaga who have two games in hand while Ajax Queens are third on 14 points.
In the other game played, Kampala Queens defeated Riness Women’s club 2-1 in the game played at Villa park, Nsambya.
Hadijjah Nampijja and goalkeeper Fatuma “Kim” Matovu(penalty) scored for Kampala Queens while Jackie Nassali scored the consolation for Riness.