Richard Wandyaka’s second half header cancelled out Rwothomio Cromwell’s 2nd minute goal to clinch a point for the Jinja based side.
URA were enjoying a winning streak of three games and they were on course of earning a forth one.
Yeseri Waibi and Charles Sempa had clear chances to extend the lead in the for the hosts only to be denied by shot stopper Hannington Ssebwalunyo who stood tall for his side.
Despite missing some key players , BUL managed to halt URA’s fine run of form which won plaudits from their coach.
” It is not a surprise that we go back home with a point. We usually pick maximum points from Namboole but this came as a result of missing out our striker who got an accident a day prior to this game.”
” But I am so happy for those who stood in and managed to play the role well helping us to get a point.”
He believes this point will help them as a turning point ahead of their next opponents,
” A point away from home is usually not bad we are going to build on that as we prepare to visit Tooro United in our next fixture.
Deogracious Ojok and James Otim got an accident on their way to the training base.
Both sides remain in their respective positions URA FC 4th on 39 points and BUL FC 5th with 36 points.
They will be back in action on Tuesday 26th March as URA FC will be hosting Express and at Wankulukuku BUL FC will be against Tooro United at Wankulukuku.
Nafian Alionzi, Ronald Kigongo, Yeseri Waibi, Hudu Mulikyi, Patrick Mbowa, Siraje Ssentamu, Peter Lwasa, Saidi Kyeyune, Cromwell Rwothomio, Shafiq Kagimu, Charles Sempa
James Alitho, Allan Munaaba, Ronald Musana, Moses Sseruyidde, Joachim Ojera, Robert Omunuk, Steven Munguchi
Hannington Ssebwalunyo, Umar Mukobe, Richard Matovu, Musa Walangalira, Jimmy Kulaba, Patrick Sembuya, Richard Wandyaka, Yunus Sibira, Jean Pierre Kambale Muhindo, Charles Sebutinde, Ezekiel Katende
Wycliff Manja,Hakim Magombe, Musa Malunda, Joshua Lubwama, Daniel Shabena, Thomas Kabaale, Vincent Pimundu