Tooro United condemn Onduparaka to second loss in Arua to go fifth

SINAN RAJUB SENOGA


(Onduparaka’s Ceaser Okhuti is closed down by Tooro United’s Isa Lumu and Mukasa Musa. Photo by Onduparaka FC media)


Onduparaka FC succumbed to their second home win of the season after falling 1-0 to Tooro United on Friday.

The caterpillars found themselves trailing at the hour mark when goalkeeper Nicholas Sebwato failed to tame a Godfrey Lwesibawa free kick.

The goal turned out to be the winner at the end of the proceedings at the Greenlight stadium.

Defender Hassan Muhamood nearly levelled matters in the 75th minute but saw his header from a Ceaser Okhuti ball cleared off the line.

Onduparaka brought on forwards Amis Muwonge, Jamal Malish and midfielder Solomon Okwalinga in pursuit for a leveller but in vain.

Tooro United coach Wasswa Bbosa brought on Davis Ssali for Steven Luswata in the first half and later Timothy Musinguzi for right back Musa Mukasa.

The win sends Tooro United to the fifth place on 39 points while Onduparaka slip to the seventh with 37 points garnered from 25 games.

Ondu will seek to make amends when they visit Police at Lugogo on Tuesday 9th April.

Tooro United will visit Maroons at Luzira on Wednesday 10th April.

Onduparaka XI:
Nicholas Sebwato (GK), Denis Okot, Richard Ayiko, Hassan Muhamood, Rashid Okocha, Abel Eturude (Solomon Okwalinga), Gadaffi Gadinho (Amis Muwonge), Oscar Agaba, Nicholas Kagaba (Malish Jamal), Viane Sekajugo & Ceaser Okhuti

Tooro United XI:
Joel Mutakubwa (GK), Musa Mukasa (Timo Musinguzi), Isa Mubiru, Mike Kawooya, Isa Lumu, Steven Luswata (Davis Ssali), John Toki Byamukama, Paddy Muhumuza, Allan Kayiwa, Steven Omvia, Godfrey Lwesibawa

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