FSL Match Day 14
BUL FC 2 – 0 Proline FC
Kira Young 1 – 2 SC Villa
URA FC 2 – 3 KCC FC
Anyone who thought George Best Nsimbe was done and dusted as the KCCA FC coach was very much mistaken as he saw his charges score three goals in a dismantling of hosts Uganda Revenue Authority in a FUFA Super League fixture at the Lugazi Stadium.
The Lugogo side had put the match beyond doubt by the clock of the ninety minutes after scoring a later goal through Tom Matsiko.
Cranes international Ivan Ntege probably had one of his best games in a KCCA shirt after scoring and was a constant threat in attack throughout the match.
“I am happy to keep scoring for my team KCCA,” said Ntege after the match.
For URA, and Coach Pual Nkata in particular, it will be an afternoon they will want to forget quickly. A brace from former Cranes midfielder Owen Kasule was not enough to salvage maximum points infront of an expectant home crowd.
The tax collectors later in the second half defended tight and relied most on counter attacks, but to less avail.
“I am not so happy about this draw because we wanted to pocket maximum points at home and return to top four of the table,” said URA Coach.
Nkata missed the industrious services of Said Kyeyune who is away with the Cranes in Kenya for the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup while KCCA also didn’t have Brian Majwega and centre back Ayub Kiiza.
Returnee Tony Odur scored the other goal for KCCA that moved them to third place on 27th place ahead of Kiira Young who fell to Yuda Magulu and Ronald Mugaga’s goals for SC Villa at Lugogo Stadium.
In Jinja BUL FC humbled strugglers Proline FC 2-0 with goals from Crespo Asiku and Joshua Masene.