Last year’s quarter finalists Ngo came from a goal down to edge Kibe 2-1 at Muteesa II Stadium Wankulukuku.
Francis Mukasa put Kibe clan in the lead as early as the 24th minute mounting pressure on the Charles Ayiekoh’s coached side
Six minutes into the second half Frank Lubowa restored parity for Ngo a close tap in.
Jonah Lubowa confirmed Ngo will be in the next round with a long range effort only five minutes later.
Yesterday, the match between Nkejje and Ngabi Nsamba was postponed due to the bad state of the pitch.
Sulaiman Matovu the head of technical Bika tournament regretted the feat and promised a better level of organization.
” We are sorry about the conditions that led to the postponement of the match but we are sure that Lubiri Secondary School ground is in good state to host games.”
Juilus Ssekyewa, Sula Senabulya, Umar Kyazze, Derrick Ssekulime, Nicholas Senono, Yonah Lubowa, Joseph Ssemujju, Godfrey Ssekyewa, Dube Sebuffu, Frank Senabulya, Derrick Ssekiranda
Robert Kavuma, Jonathan Mutesasira, Frank Lubowa, Hussein Mwanje, Isa Mwase, Aziz Kalyango, Peter Ssekidde
Geoffrey Mutawe, Ivan Mukasa, Benedict Kiwanuka, Sam Sewalu, Meddy Wasswa, Jeremiah, Edgar Mugerere, Geoffrey Kibirango, Pascal Luvuma, Francis Mukasa, Musa Ssebulime
Simon Peter Kato, David Mweya, Ali Sembuya, Abdullah Talutambudde, Sadam Mayanja, George Nalya, Hussein Kimpi, Eriya Ziryawulawo
Wednesday 15th May
Nsuma Vs Ngoonge at Lubiri Secondary School 4pm