Express 1-1 Police, Wankulukuku
Proline 0-2 Kiira, Lugogo
Express FC coach Wasswa Bbosa was pleased with his charges performance despite battling to a one-all draw against Police FC on Tuesday 11 February 2014.
In the match, Police went ahead through Umar Kasumba at the turn of halftime and Red Eagles captain Willy Kavuma equalized in the dying minutes of the game from the penalty spot after opposite skipper Francis Kawoya handled in the 18-area.
“We have to take into account that we were playing one of the toughest sides in the League, and one that has just even won the CECAFA trophy in recent years, he said as quoted by Radio Simba.
“Overall, the final result is disappointing, but we need to give credit where credit is due. The team put in an amazing effort which is the most pleasing thing from today.
The draw left the Wankulukuku side at thirteenth position with 14 points from 16 rounds of play and the cops also remained in 9th place on 2 points just a solitary point below rivals SC Villa.
In Lugogo, Samuel Kayongo and Patrick Kaddu’s goals were all Kiira Young need to collect maximum points on the road against struggling Proline FC who remain stuck in relegation zone as Harunah Kebba’s Kiira jumped into second place with 31 points.
League action resumes on Friday at different grounds in the country.