Sinan RAJUB SENOGA
Kataka FC stretched their impressive start to the Big League season with a 2-0 win over MYDA FC at the Mbale Municipal grounds on Sunday.
Defender Joel Anziku and second half substitute Markus Aka scored the goals for Kataka in the second half to ensure a comfortable victory.
Kataka had a number of glorious chances to take the lead in the first half but failed to put them away. Their star man Emmanuel Mukisa had his penalty saved by goalkeeper Isaac Osikol while Swamad Okur had his effort come off the crossbar.
The result meant that Kataka remain the only unbeaten side in the FUFA Big League and lead the table with 14 points, two better than second placed Maroons FC.
MYDA captain Geoffrey Serunkuma attributed the club’s poor run to the inability to have club camp prior to the match day.
” We are not proud of our current form but it’s unfortunate we have to travel long distances from where we train from and our home ground. We train from Kampala and host games in Tororo. If we can have our team in a camp then we shall be good to go.”
The veteran striker bemoaned.
At the Luzira prisons grounds, Maroons edged
Kyetume 3-2 in an evenly contested duel at Luzira. In-form forward Fred Amaku scored twice for the Prison Warders while Abraham Tusubira scored the other.
Amaku, who scored a penalty in the 34th minute and added on another goal four minutes later, took his tally to six goals this season.
Ezra Bida and former Maroons midfielder Felix Okot scored for Kyetume.
Elsewhere, Calvary edged Proline 2-1 in a game played at the Greenlight Stadium in Arua.
Calvary took a lead through Nazir Adriko Ongolos in the 17th minute before Hakim Kiwanuka equalized for Proline in the 42nd minute.
In fact, Kiwanuka’s goal was his 6th this season.
Calvary then restored their lead through Eric Oting in the 60th minute and ultimately established their second win of the season.
Ndejje University and Nyamityobora played to a 2-2 draw at the Arena of visions in Ndejje.
Jimmy Nsaale Wasswa and Joseph Okello scored for Ndejje while Clinton Kamugisha grabbed a brace and took his tally to seven goals.
Luweero United beat Kitara FC 2-0 at the Kosovo grounds in a game that saw Kitara’s Richard Enjama sent off by referee Lucky Kasalirwe in the 88th minute for a second bookable offense.
Henry Musisi, from a free kick and Joel Kaluuma scored the two goals for Luweero in the first half.
The league will resume on Thursday 16th December with 5 match day games.
Match Day 7 Results
• Kataka FC 2-0 MYDA FC
• Luweero United 2-0 Kitara FC
• Maroons 3-2 Kyetume FC
• Ndejje University 2-2 Nyamityobora
• Calvary FC 2-1 Proline FC
• Clinton Kamugisha – Nyamityobora
• Fred Amaku Maroons
• Hakim Kiwanuka Proline
• Ezra Kizito Kaye Kyetume
• Geoffrey Sserunkuma MYDA