Pride at stake as BUL host Kirinya JSS

DANIEL NSUBUGA 

The only two remaining Jinja clubs clubs will face off this evening at the FUFA technical center in Njeru, vying for supremacy and a better finish on the table.

It’s ironical to note that since the elevation of Kirinya JSS to the topflight in 2015/16, five meetings have happened but all have ended in stalemates.

The two teams are currently separated by one point on the log despite being seated 6th and 7th.

Abbey Kikomeko the Kirinya tactician has highlighted the importance of this match and he is eager to see his team become the first to register a victory.

“We are very set for this game and very aware of the magnitude it weighs”

“We want to become the first team to beat BUL in this Jinja derby and also create a platform for us to finish above them in the league.

Vowed the interim coach

Kirinya Jinja SS will be without midfield kingpin David Bagoole but Kikomeko has lined up Joram Kirya to perfectly stand in.

BUL will not have Farouk Banga and Joshua Lubwama who sustained a bad injury in a trial match but the rest of his squad are back

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