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BUL see off Kigezi Homeboyz to set up quarter final tie with Proline

The first leg had also ended 2-1 at Kyabazinga Stadium in Bugembe, they now progress 4-2 on aggregate.

Gladys ZAWEDDE 

Owen Mukisa who was playing his second game of the season for BUL was on the score sheet in BUL’s 2-1 victory against Kigezi HomeBoyz

The match was a delayed round of 16 tie and BUL progressed to the quarter finals of the Stanbic Uganda Cup. They had beaten Kigezi 2-1 in the reverse fixture.

Mukisa’s first game was BUL’s recent Uganda Premier League at Bugembe against Onduparaka which ended 3-1 in favor of BUL.

His coach Alex Isabirye praised Mukisa as a young intelligent player who is always eager to learn and believes,

“The game was hard but I believe we had to win because of our tactics and it is upon that that we managed we managed to bring in a young intelligent player who could disorganize them hence the victory.”

“I discovered that Mukisa is a believer, always eager and willing to learn so I think it was not by mistake that we brought him on pitch he is one player who can change the game.”

BUL registered a 2-1 victory in Kabale thanks to goals from Owen Mukisa and Musa Esenu

The first leg had also ended 2-1 at Kyabazinga Stadium in Bugembe they now progress to the quarter finals on 4-2 aggregate.

The will play Proline in the first leg on Friday 27th-May at MTN Omondi Stadium in Lugogo.

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