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Maroons condemned to second consecutive loss as Tooro United assume leadership of Rwenzori group

Gaddaffi FC players celebrate a goal in a recent match


Maroons condemned to second consecutive loss as Tooro United assume leadership of Rwenzori group


Mbale Heroes, Kigezi HomeBoyz, Gaddafi, Arua Hill SC, Tooro United, Tooro United and Kataka Football Club registered victories as match five of the FUFA Big League climaxed.

Mbale Heroes condemed Charles Ayiekoh’s Maroons to a second consecutive loss in a game that ended 1-0 at Luzira Prisons grounds.

Joel Male’s sole goal is what Hussein Kheri’s Mbale Heroes needed to secure a 1-0 slim victory over The Prison Warders.

At Buhinga Stadium Ndejje University lost to hosts Tooro United 3-1.

Abulkarim Kasule bagged a brace and Marvin Oshaba converted from the spot for the hosts. The consolation goal for Ndejje University was scored by Vincent Abigaba.

In the Western derby Allan Mualu scored the only goal in the game as Arua Hill SC were registering a 1-0 slim victory over debuntants Calvary at Barifa grounds.

Calvary have Julius Malingumu to blame for failing to score from the spot to at least win them a point at home.

Debutants Gadaffi registered their second consecutive victory after edging Paidha Black Angels 1-0 at Bar Okoro grounds in Zombo thanks to James Otim’s goal.

Ten man Kigezi HomeBoyz rallied from behind to defeat Nyamityobora 2-1 at Kabale Municipal to register their maiden win of the season.

Norman Namanya and Dickson Niwamanya Kihanga were on target for Kigezi HomeBoyz a side that played 32 minutes with a man less after Robert Baluku Santos was sent off.

Clinton Kamugisha got the consolation for Nyamityobora.

Matchday Results

Paidha Black Angels 0-1 Gadaffi
Maroons 0-1 Mbale Heroes
Arua Hill SC 1-0 Calvary
Tooro United 3-1 Ndejje University
Kigezi HomeBoyz 2-1 Nyamityobora
Blacks Power 0-1 Kataka
Water 1-2 Terrazo & Tiles

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