Villa Held At Home

SC Victoria University on Tuesday evening renewed their title credentials by stopping SC Villa from reclaiming top position at Nakivubo War Memorial Stadium in a FUFA Super league midweek derby.
SC Victoria University, who sacked coach Alex Isabirye last week fell to a Yudah Mugalu goal in the 12th minute but kept out Emmanuel Okwi who has scored a goal in each of the three games he has played since getting FIFA clearance to leave Tunisia’s Etoile du Sahel.

Mike Sserumaga leveled matters late with 8 minutes of normal time to play to earn stand-in coach Morley Byekwaso his fourth priceless point from a possible six and move into first place ahead of Kiira Young.

In Lugogo, seventh-placed Bidco FC failed to stop defending champions KCCA FC when the two sides battled in at the Lugogo Stadium.
Cranes winger Brian Majwega converted a penalty in the first half after top scorer Tony Odur had been toppled in the Bidco area to ease the pressure on KCCA FC oach, George Nsimbe
The Lugogo side moved from 6th to 4th with the victory.
In the other games on the card today, Express edged fast-improving Proline FC 1-0 in Wankulukuku, while Soana FC also saw off Entebbe FC 2-0 in Kavumba, and bottom-placed CRO FC were beaten by army side Simba FC2-1 in Mbale.

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