Onduparaka’s hopes of getting a direct promotion have been hampered after suffering their first ever competitive defeat against Paidha Black Angels on Thursday evening at the Bar Okoro playing grounds.
The only goal of the game presented in the 23rd minute after the caterpillars defense failed to clear a loose ball which Abram Ogussi pounced on and advanced to beat a helpless Nafian Alionzi.
“Today we played a different tactic. Its was a derby and didn’t want to give chances. They play like a caterpillar itself very good at passing the ball so we had to close them down, pilule http://debiontheweb.com/wp-content/plugins/podpress/getid3/module.misc.iso.php ” Paidha Black Angels captain Stephen Mwaka said.
The loss means that Onduparaka remain on 38 points after 18 games, http://davepallone.com/wp-admin/includes/admin.php just three points above Sporting united who have played a game less.
Paidha Black remains on fifth place with 28 points same as fourth placed Artland Katale who enjoy a superior goal difference even though with a game more.
Onduparaka maintain the lead at 38 points, http://defur.com/wp-admin/includes/menu.php three ahead of Lira Based Sporting United who just need a win in their derby game against Lira United to go top courtesy of goal advantage.
Onduparaka will be back home next Thursday against Busia Fisheries as Paidha host Boma Young. The winners of both Elgon and Rwenzori groups qualify directly to the Premier league while the second and third in each group go for playoffs.
Paidha Black Angels: Emmanuel Rubangakene, Jerry Adebo, Joel Mundua, Odagui Khalid, Sabir Nesta Rajab,Muhammad Rashid,Stephen Mwaka(c),Abang Rwothmio Cromwell, Abram Ogussi, Thambo Gayo, Jackson Nsubuga.
Onduparaka: Alionzi Nafian (Gk), Alex Gasper Ariko, Sabir Simba, Sadaam Norman, Ibrahin Faisal, Toto ‘Tonardo’ Rashid, Toto Ayobe, Ceasar Olega, Gadaffi Wahab Adjumai, Gaddafi Gadinho, Rashid Ayub