Bul 2 Vipers 1
Kira Young 1 Express 0
Soana 1 Police 0
Proline 0 SCVU 0
Entebbe FC 1 URA 2
Bright Stars 1 Villa 1
Masaka LC 1 Simba 1
BUL FC Head Coach Kefa Kisala heaped praises on striker Patrick ‘Crespo’ Asiku after he put a good show in the team’s 2-1 win over leaders Vipers SC in a FUFA Super League match played at the Kakindu Stadium in Jinja on this evening.
The long serving club captain scored a powerful header in the 65th minute and Kisala is optimistic the player will perform even better in the upcoming matches.
“That was a good performance from Crespo. He is very experienced and works really hard, Kisala said after the match,
BUL took a commanding 2-0 lead against Vipers with loanee winger Martin Kivumbi gave the hosts a 58th-minute lead before Asiku scored his 10th goal of the season in the 65th minute and remain in six place with 29 points from 17 games played as Vipers fall to third. Joseph Mpande scored a late goaltosalvage some pride for Moses Golola’s side.
Elsewhere, Kira Young beat Express FC on Friday at Namboole stadium to take the lead of the League.
Emma Abitre scored the goal as Kira Young, who easily won against Proline in midweek won 1-0 to prevail over the Red Eagles.
Vipers surrendered the top with a 2-1 loss in Jinja against Bul, to slide into third place. Kira Young are on top with 34 points while URA and Vipers tie on 32 points.
URA FC, also moved into the second place with a 2-1 win over Matia Lule’s relegation bound Entebbe FC at Wankulukuku. Moses Feni and Erisa Sekisambu scored for the visitors.
At Nakivubo, SC Villa scored a late penalty by Ronald Muganga to earn a 1-1 draw against Bright Stars who took the lead through Anthony Bongole.
Peter Ssenyonjo also earned maximum points for Soana as they saw off Police at Kavumba.
SCVU settled for a goalless draw with bogey side Proline at Lugogo while Simba’s Alex Witaba scored as they settled for a 1-1 draw with Masaka LC at the Recreation Centre.