AUPL: URA condemns Masavu to their 7th loss of the season

By: Gladys Zawedde

Second half goals from strikers Bokota Labama and Henry Kisekka were enough to hand URA a 2-0 win over Masavu at Bugonga Fisheries Institute grounds.

From the onset, Masavu FC looked shaky when Suleiman Ochero brought down Ajab Abdul Rahman in the first minute of the game at the arc of the eighteen yards box giving URA a free kick which was wasted by Henry Kisekka who blasted it over the bar.

20 minutes later Henry Kisekka broke through the Masavu defence but failed to put the visitors in the lead with a poor finish.

In the 38th minute, Ddumba Sadala wasted Masavu’s hope for goal when he shot wide a strategic free kick from just outside the eighteen yards box.

Enter the second half, Bokota Labama Kamana broke the deadlock with a header from a well taken corner by substitute Brian Majwega to put the guests into a deserved lead.

A few minutes later, Henry Kisekka doubled the scoreline when he finished off from another well swung in corner by Brian Majwega which had punched by goalkeeper Mansoor Mutumba.

The result leaves Masavu FC at the bottom of the table with four points and are yet to score a goal at home while URA FC moves to the eighth spot with 12 points.

Masavu FC will now visit Express at Muteesa II Stadium Wankulukuku as URA FC play hosts to Proline on Wednesday 15th November.

Masavu FC
Mansoor Mutumba (GK), Sulaiman Ochero, Sande Mukiibi, Brian Nsubuga, Ibrahim Pengere, Charles Wamala Napia, Sulaiman Mutah, Abraham Ndugwa, Ivan Lubale, Sadala Dumba, Edward Kawooya

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Robert Sentongo Junior (Sulaiman Mutah 80′)
Jonathan Katende (Ivan Lubale 85′)

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Bokota Labama Kamana (Ajab Abdul Rahman 47′)
Brian Majwega (Robert Mukongotya 59′)
Dickson Kigongo (Charles Sempa 59′)

Mathias Muwanga, Fred Okot, Simon Okwi, Peter Lwasa

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