SINAN RAJUB SENOGA
Tooro United and Onduparaka played to a goalless draw at the Buhinga grounds in Fort Portal on Saturday.
This was the first ever league match Tooro United was hosting at Buhinga since changing identity from Soana FC.
It was a low scoring encounter in prospect as Asaph Mwebaze the Onduparaka coach for the first named Richard Ayiko, Rashid Toha and Hassan Muhamood in the starting eleven in a seemingly 3-4-1-2 formation.
Tooro United coach made 5 changes from the team that lost to Express on Wednesday most notable Isa Mubiru, Simon Okwir, Davis Ssali all started.
On the pitch, it was a game of limited chances with both sides having few attempts to write home about.
At the end of the proceedings, Nicholas Sebwato who had a relatively busier evening compared to his equal number Joel Mutakubwa was able to register his 5th clean sheet of the season.
Tooro United’s Timothy Musinguzi and Davis Ssali together with Onduparaka’s Oscar Agaba and Ceaser Okhuti were the cautioned players by the referee Brian Miiro Nsubuga.
A point earned leaves the Caterpillars 6th on the log with 11 points while Tooro United sits distant 12th with 5 points.
Match day 7 assignments pit Asaph Mwebaze with a return to Luzira to take on his former paymasters Maroons FC on Wednesday 7th November. Tooro United will face Police FC on the same day.