Reigning League Champions Vipers SC maintained their perfect start after a 1-0 win over new comers Jinja Municipal Council on Saturday, match played at Buikwe stadium.
John Ssemazzi’s lonely goal was enough to help Edward Golola’s side to bag three points.
Vipers then remain with a 100% record from two matches and are a point behind KCCA FC with a game in hand.
In the other day’s fixtures, Red Eagles, Express FC needed Eric Ssebuguzi’s brace and Ceaser Okhuti’s goal to stop Prison side, Maroons FC.
Maxwell Okello had headed Maroons FC to the lead before Ceaser Okhuti and Eric Ssebuguzi responded.
Hood Muliki netted the other goal late into the game for the Prisons side but it did little at helping Asaf Mwebaze’s side to earn at least a point from Wankulukuku stadium.
At Kakindu stadium in Jinja, hosts BUL FC suffered yet another loss 1-0 to a visiting, Sports Club Victoria University.
Joseph Othieno scored the only goal in the match to pile more misery to BUL FC Coach Alex Isabirye who had lost the opening match against Taxmen, URA.
The biggest win on match day 3 was at Kavumba R Grounds where Soana FC secured a 4-0 victory past Lweza FC.
Former BUL FC captain, Patrick Crespo Asiku, Edgar Luzige and Francis Olaki’s double delight handed Coach Charles Ayekoh’s boys a massive win.
At Bombo stadium, the army battle between hosts Simba SC and Police FC was won by Kayihura boys.
Joseph Sentume’s second half strike was enough for Police to shoot down Simba and to help the former attain their first league win.
Elsewhere at Bugembe stadium, Sadolin FC managed to paint visitors Bright Stars in a 1-0 win courtesy of Edgar Luzige.
The league goes into a two week break as the national team, The Cranes will be in action in preparation for the AFCON 2017 away from home to Comoros on Saturday, 5th September 2015.
BUL FC 0-1 SC Victoria
Express 3-2 Maroons
Simba 0-1 Police FC
Soana FC 4-0 Lweza FC
Sadolin 1-0 Bright Stars
Vipers 1-0 JMC FC