March 29, 2014

Soana Fall To BUL

KCC 1 – 0 Masaka L.C

CRO 0 – 0 Vipers

SCVU 1 – 0 Express

SC Villa 1 – 0 Simba

Soana 0 – 1 Bul- Bidco

Richard Kigozi of Soana FC kicks away the ball against SC Villa recently. The newcomers fell 1-0 at home to BUL on Friday.  ©Ismail Kezaala/BackpagePix
Richard Kigozi of Soana FC kicks away the ball against SC Villa recently. The newcomers fell 1-0 at home to BUL on Friday. ©Ismail Kezaala/BackpagePix

 

First round Fufa Super league pacesetters Soana FC suffered a 1-0 defeat at home to BUL Bidco at Kavumba Stadium on Friday evening.

The visitors started the game on the perfect note creating numerous goal scoring chances and were later rewarded with a lone goal at the tick of stoppage time.

In the 90th minute BUL made sure of the three points, as Hakim Magombe scored for the Jinja based side coached by Uganda assistant Kefa Kisala. The result hands BUL a double over the new comers in the league and the win pushed the Eastern team top fifth place behind SC Victoria University.

CRO FC caused the biggest surprise in the league when they held table leaders SC Vipers to a goalless draw.

The draw denied coach Edward Golola’s team the chance to extend their lead over second-placed URA FC to five points. While SC Vipers picked only one, point defending champions KCCA FC moved to third place with a 1-0 win over Masaka LC.

The league’s leading scorer Tony Odur netted the lone goal for KCCA FC to take them to 40 points.

“We are taking every game seriously in the second round because we want to retain the league title and go back to the CAF Champions League next year,” said coach George Nsimbe.

In Namboole, Noah Semakula scored against his former pay masters Express FC as Sports Club Victoria University (SCVU) edged the Wankulukuku side 1-0 while

At Nakivubo stadium SC Villa defeated Simba 1-0 thanks to a Karim Nduggwa goal to move to 3rd on the table.

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