Vipers FC reclaimed the top spot in the race for the Uganda premier league title with a slim one goal win over Express FC at home in Buikwe.
The 2010 champions grabbed a late second half goal through Saddam Juma. They now move up by to 63 points after 28 games two more than SC Villa who were held at home by SC Victoria to a one all draw.
The game in Nakivubo was tightly contested with both sides pushing for a goal but it remained barren until just ten minutes remaining on the clock when Dan Nsubuga notched the opener for the visitors.
Three minutes later Nigerian import Victor Eminayo restored parity but his subsequent efforts were not enough to rescue the record champions. SC Villa will have their last open chance when they invite Vipers with an additional game in hand.
BUL FC hopes of finishing in the top four suffered a setback after Police thrashed them by three goals in Kavumba.
Ben Ocen netted a 38th minute penalty ensuing from a foul play from Sempira on Umar Kasumba. The visitors’ efforts of picking a point lasted only up to the 75th minute when Sadat Kyambadde fired a low shot past Franco Oringa for Police’s second.
Umar Kasumba completed the rout ten minutes later. Umar now leads the top scorers chart with 14 goals, side effects information pills http://cdkstone.com.au/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/templates/content-product.php one ahead of URA’s Robert Ssentongo.
Herman Waswa registered his eighth goal of the season giving KCC FC a narrow 1-0 win over URA FC in Lugogo while Sadolin Paints registered the same score line over cash strapped Entebbe Fc in Bugembe.
Entebbe FC shocked fans when only eight infield players and a keeper turned out for warm up and pre match routine checkups.
Fred Segujja scored a late winner despite the great defensive performance exhibited by the depleted visitors and a man of the match performance from their captain and keeper, Umar Mayanja. The Entebbe side have now confirmed their demotion into the Big League with three games still left to play.
Entebbe FC squad Vs. Sadolin: Mayanja Umar(GK/C), Semugenzi Huzaru, Mukibi Sande, Lutaaya Philly, Pengere Ibrahim, Kizimula Jeffrey, Lubega Aloysius, Serugwa Ismail, Sewava Dan.
Ugandan jazz icon Isaiah Katumwa and south African Hugh Masekela yesterday thrilled revelers at Kampala Serena Hotel.
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The Serena Victoria Hall filled to the brim, with Uganda’s top class of jazz lovers, including top government officials and politicians.
As usual, Isaiha thrilled the house with his top hits, Amaso, Tunakusinza, a gospel remix version and Mama before he invited young talents Myko Ouma, Morrots and Maurice Kirya to do a new song dubbed “Friends,” one he said was written prior to the jazz concert night.
In his song “I have been there” Isaiah encourages those in their career paths to be focus and determined and not to trade excuses as a reason for not lifting themselves up.