A total of ten teams were on Monday night docked points for fielding ineligible players in the FUFA Big League.
All these teams were culpable of fielding players with cautions and send offs in league matches, something that contradicts league rules.
Artland Koboko, a team owned by former FUFA lawyer Med Bazirengedde was docked twice. The first instance was when they fielded Kiyimba Edirisa, who had accumulated three yellow cards while also in the game against Gulu they fielded Samuel Kawuma.
HOW THE TEAMS NOW STAND
The Saints, who gained three points from Vura, who had fielded James Asilaza in a game they had won 2-1 at UCU, found themseleves on the wrong end, losing three points in a game that had ended 2-2 against Lweza in Kajjansi. The report indicates that they used Ivan Okot, who had been given a red card in a game away to Ndejje.
Lweza forfeited three points to Ndejje, who now climb into the third place, after they used Edirisa Lutaaya, in a game they had won 2-1. They also conceded three other points against Baza for fielding Mahad Kakooza. But Lweza, who were knocked off the top, gained some advantage after the FCC awarded them the three points docked from The Saints.
Gulu University were docked nine points, while VCC were docked 12 points to drop into seventh place.
In the Elgon Group, eight games attracted a docking with Ngora Freda Carr, the biggest losers. They were docked nine points, Soroti Garage six, Jinja Municipal Council Hippos, three, KJT Rwenshama three and Kirinya Jinja SS 3 for similar offences.