Daniel Shabena, Douglas Owori and Hamisi Tibita were on the score shit as BUL FC was defeating Paidha Black Angels on match day three at FUFA Technical Centre Njeru.
Kick off was delayed due to Paidha Black Angels’ failure to produce player licenses on time.
The hosts almost got a break through when Muhammad Kasirye headed home a superb header in the 12 minutes but it went off inches wide.
Daniel Shabena broke the deadlock in the 18th minute beating a couple of defenders led by Francis Bithum to slot home a cool finish to put BUL in the lead.
Douglas Owori extended the lead in the 45th minute through a goal scramble that beat Jonathan Oyirwoth off his line.
Andrew Kidega and Yusuf Ssozi tried hard for a break through but their efforts could not break through.
Hamisi Tibita’s long range shot sealed it in the 58th minute to hand Onen’s side a comfortable win, their 2nd of the season.
Andrew Kidega’s effort that should have been a consolation for the visitors could not stand after referee Brian Miiro Nsubuga ruling it out for offside.
Umar Mukobe and Douglas Owori of BUL FC were cautioned as Rwothomio Cromwell of Paidha Black Angels was also booked.
BUL FC moved the second position with 6 points and they will be back in action on Tuesday 23rd- October as the pay a visit to Express at Muteesa II Stadium Wankulukuku as their opponents are 12th with 3 points and will next play Tooro United at Green Light Stadium on the same date.
Hannington Ssebwalunyo (GK), Umar Mukobe, Richard Matovu, Abdul Mayanja, William Otong, Patrick Sembuya, Douglas Owori, Yunus Sibira, Daniel Shabena, Villa Oromchan, Hamis Tibita
Paul Mujampani (GK), Joshua Lubwama, Richard Wandyaka, Farouk Banga, Deogracious Ojok, James Otim, Hakim Magombe
Paidha Black Angels XI
Jonathan Oyirwoth (GK), Cheka Sabir, Sula Sekamwa, Francis Bithum, Khalid Odigau, Jerry Adebu, Yusuf Ssozi, Andrew Kidega, Yuda Mugalu, Rwothomio Cromwell, Muhammad Kasirye
Jackson Nsubuga, Shaban Waiswa, Adam Chali, Benson Orom