Charles Ayiekoh’s side shared spoils to a barren contest against Maroons FC at the mighty arena in Jinja on match day 8.
Kirinya missed the services of their top marksman Joel Madondo who is with the kobs.
Head coach Charles Ayiekho decried the absence his striker and he blamed it on the federation.
“Lack of the usual pace in the team cost us a draw against the prison side. The visitors wanted a point and they have left with it.”
Rashid Agau and the in form Solomon Walusimbi couldn’t find a way and this meant that Maroons have now gone 4 matches without beating Kirinya JSS.
Kirinya is currently in the 10th position with 10 points while Maroons FC in the 11th position, 6 points on match day 8.
Maroons will next host KCCAFC at Luzira prisons Grounds while Kirinya Jinja SS FC pay visit to Ndejje University at the Arena of Visions, Ndejje.
Kirinya JSS XI
Emmanuel Rubangkene, Isma Kawawulo, Douglas Muganga, Willy Makuro, Allan Drajua, Joram Kirya, Nelson Mandela, David Bagoole, Vincent Zziwa, Fred Amaku, Faisal Muwawu
Apoka Atiino, Julius Debbo, Yusuf Abatoo, Anthony Mayanja, Elvis Ngondwe, Joseph Opolot, Lawrence Tezikya
Maroons FC XI
Emma Akol, Eddy Kapampa, Brian Majwega, Sylvester Okello, Maxwell Okello, Ronald Orombi, Emma Olinga, Ronald Kikonyogo, Herman Wasswa, Rashid Agau, Solomon Walusimbi
Eric Dhaira, Seif Batte, Samson Mutyaba, Alex Wogalo, Chika Sydney, Yahaya Luuti, Pius Obuya