Ndejje succumb to 3rd straight loss at the hands of Tooro United


Tooro United recorded a slim 1-0 win over debutants Ndejje University at the Buhinga grounds in Fort Portal thanks to Allan Kayiwa’s first half strike.

The Ndejje lions have now recorded their 10th loss of the season having only managed 2 victories and 2 stalemates.

Kayiwa netted his side’s winner with only 21 minutes played on the clock to take his scoring tally to five goals this season.

Ndejje University’s Raymond Komakech made a change four minutes later with Bernard Katetemera replacing Peter Ouma.

Komakech also brought on Baden Mujahid (on loan from Vipers) and Fredrick Male in the second half to surge for a possible equalizer.

Wasswa Bbosa then introduced youthful striker Baker Buyala for Steven Omvia ten minutes into the second period.

The end of proceedings at Buhinga saw Tooro United move to 17 points but remain 11th on the premier league table.

Ndejje’s Ronald Odokonyero and Robert Eseru together with Isa Lumu and Musa Mukasa from the home side were cautioned by referee Joseph Ochom.

The University side remain second from the bottom with only 8 points garnered after 14 games.

Tooro United will host Bright Stars in the round 15 while Ndejje University face another trip against Express on Thursday 10th January.

Tooro United
Joel Mutakubwa, Musa Mukasa, Isa Mubiru, Mike Kawooya, Isa Lumu, Paddy Muhumuza, Willy Kavuma, Steven Luswata, Allan Kayiwa, Steven Omvia, Davis Ssali

Ndejje University
Eric Kibowa, Ronald Sekubomba, Isaa Mubiru, Edward Kabona, Ronald Odokonyero, Paul Ddumba, Deboss Kalama, Peter Ouma, Robert Eseru, Emmanuel Wasswa, Noel Nasasira

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