Airtel Masaza cup returns with a titanic clash between Ssingo and Gomba

By: David Gombe 

The second round of the group phase kicks off on Sunday 18th, 06, 2017 with 8 games set to take place on various grounds.
Over the last two weekends only groups A and B have had match games, this is because both groups have to play a total of 8 games during the group phase.

However, the game of the weekend will be between arch rivals Ssingo and Gomba in group C at Mityana Saza grounds.
The first encounter between the two sides at Kabulasoke ended in a 1-1 all draw, Mukwala Steven scored for Singo in the 15th and Satro Edward equalized for Gomba 25minutes into the first half.

Gomba coach Dungu Simon says,

Tomorrow’s game is upon what God decides,we have no injuries everyone is fit and i promise we will put up a great performance in Mityana”.

However, a win for Ssingo will put them into poll position to qualify for the quarterfinals.

Ssingo assistant coach Felix Ssekabuuza

We want to win the game tomorrow so as to have a massive chance of making it to the quarterfinals, only defenders Magumba and Ssebuufu Steven “Dube” are out injured”.

Singo have 7 points and Gomba 5 points,in the same group Buwekula host Busujju at Kasenyi.

Busujju have not been training over the last few days due to lack of payments, but it has been confirmed they will play the game according to Masaza competitions PR

In group D, Kyaggwe have confirmed they will play the game against Bulemezi at Bishops ss Mukono.
According to Sekiboobo Alex Benjamin Kigongo’s letter to the masaza competitions committee ,he confirms their match against Bulemeezi .

Kyaggwe had threatened to boycott the Masaza cup fixture after the Masaza committee awarded Bugerere 3 points earlier this week.
The full fixture for 18th/6/2017 is as follows plus the venues for particular games.

Busiro vs Mawokota at Sentema
Buvuma vs Kyaddondo at Magyo
Mawogola vs Buddu at Ssembabule
Kabula vs Kkooki at Lyantonde
Buwekula vs Busujju at Kasenyi
Ssingo vs Gomba at Mityana
Kyaggwe vs Bulemeezi at Bishops Ss Mukono
Buluuli Vs Bugerere at Migyera


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