SINAN RAJUB SENOGA
BUL FC edged rivals Kirinya Jinja SS 1-0 at Njeru courtesy of a Richard Wandyaka second half header.
Wandyaka headed home a Yunus Sibira corner kick in the 55th minute and ultimately won the Jinja bragging rights for Peter Onen’s side.
It was a psychical encounter that would have seen a goal in the 20th minute when James Otim broke through only to be denied by Sanon Mulabi in the Kirinya goal.
Joel Madondo also had a try but his effort was parried away by BUL’s goalie Hannington Sebwalunyo at the half hour mark.
Kirinya were dealt by the moment when Madondo went off injured two minutes after conceding. His place was subsequently taken by Dan Sewava.
BUL also brought on Pierre Kambale Muhindo for Villa Oromchan at the hour mark.
Youngster Vincent Zziwa replaced Godfrey Akol in a bid to find a leveller for Kirinya but in vain.
BUL’s Oromchan, Sebwalunyo, Umar Mukobe and skipper Jimmy Kulaba were cautioned by referee William Oloya.
Victory takes BUL to 40 points in the fifth place displacing Tooro United while Kirinya Jinja SS are now 9th with 36 points.
BUL FC XI;
Hannington Ssebwalunyo (GK), Umar Mukobe, Richard Matovu, Musa Walangalira, Jimmy Kulaba, Yunus Sibira (Abdul Mayanja), James Otim, Daniel Shabena, Villa Oromchan (Pierre Muhindo Kambale), Richard Wandyaka, Timothy Douglas Owori (Fadir Marijani)
Kirinya Jinja SSS XI;
Sanoni Mulabi (GK), Allan Drajua, Isma Kawawulo, Douglas Muganga, Isaac Isinde, George Kasonko, Godfrey Akol, Jeromy Kirya (Vincent Zziwa), Fred Amaku (Godfrey Mubiru), Faisal Muwawu, Joel Madondo (Dan Sewava)