By Baker Lwesabula
It was action packed yesterday in Uganda’s top flight football league (Azam Uganda premier League) as eight goals were netted in three games played at different grounds.
At Kakindu grounds in Jinja hosts Bul Football Club humiliated giants Express FC beating it by 3-0 thanks to West Nile product Oromchan Villa who scored a brace (Two goals) for BUL FC, the other goal being an own goal from Steven Luswata.
The striker, on loan from URA FC (Oromchan Villa) put the hosts in the lead after just six minutes to give Frank ‘Video’ Anyau’s side a deserved early lead.
In the 24th minute the former Paidha Black Angels made it 2-0 as the Jinja side continued their dominance over the Red Eagles.
This win put Frank ‘Video’ Anyau’s side on 16 points in the 14th position on 16-table log while Matia Lule’s Express FC remains 8th with 23 points on the same table.
Elsewhere At Phillip Omondi stadium in Lugogo, the 2005 Ugandan league champions Police where 1-0 winners against Mujib Kasule’s Proline Football Club thank to Yasin Mugume eight minutes after the break goal.
Coach Abdulla Mubiru’s boys (Cops) dominated this game from the start and should have had an early lead after just five minutes but striker Hood Kaweesa missed a penalty after a foul on Osman Mutumba in the penalty area however Proline FC also missed a chance to equalize the game after striker Bayo Fahad also missed a penalty.
This win now places Police Football club in the 9th position with 20 points from 17 games played well as Proline slopes to 10th with a pointless of Police FC.
At the Green Light stadium in Arua hosts Onduparaka threw away a two goal lead against URA as they settled for a 2-2 draw.
Muhammad Shaban who was playing his first game in-front of his home fans after returning from the AFCON finals in Gabon put the hosts in the lead in the first half before defender Akram Kakembo doubled for the men in green.
On the other side the Tax collectors’ (URA FC) goals came in the final nine minutesof the game, one of them scored by Sam Sekitto in the 81st minute and former Blessed Sacrament Kimanya striker Robert Mukongotya.
URA now move to 5th position on the log of 16 clubs with 24 points from 17 games just two points behind Onduparaka who stayed in the 4th position with 26 points.