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In less than nine minutes, SCVU were already 2-0 up thanks to Mathew Odong and Caesar Sapewo goals.
However CRO showed some resistance like they have done since the start of the second round which has seen them pick up credible results against Vipers, Bright Stars, BUL and Masaka LC but later conceded on 30 minutes through Cranes defender Iguma Denis.
That is how the opening 45 minutes ended. Muwadda Mawejje and substitute Dan Isiagi added a goal each for SCVU to win 5-0 at Namboole stadium to move joint second on 42 points piece with URA.
SCVU have a game in hand though.
At Nakivubo Stadium, Express FC went into the game looking for nothing less of a win.
They played like wounded buffaloes to win 2-0 and keep clear away from the relegation monster.
Willy Kavuma and Isaac Serunkuma netted for the red Eagles.
The Recreation ground in Masaka saw the home drop points in a 1-1 draw with Proline FC. Ivan Kisekka scored for Masaka LC while Andrew Kidega for Proline C.
In Bombo, the clash of government forces ended in Simba’s favor as they edged Police 1-0. Gonahasa Patrick got the only goal of the game.
In other games: goalless draws were recorded in the following fixtures:
BUL 0-0 Bright Stars (two players were sent off -Rama Yakub for Bright Stars and BUL’s vice captain Kakande Herbert).
URA 0-0 Soana
Vipers 0-0 Kira Young
Vipers remain the table leaders with 45 points.