Tuesday Results

Bul 3-0 Express

Onduparaka 2-2 URA
Proline 0-1 Police

Villa Oromchan was the inspiration as Bul humiliated Express 3-0 at Kakindu on Tuesday.

The striker, on loan from URA put the hosts in the lead after just six minutes to give Frank ‘Video’ Anyau’s side a deserved early lead.

The former Paidha Black Angels made it 2-0 after 24 minutes as the hosts’ dominance over the Red Eagles.

There was no sitting back in the second half as Oromchan put the icing on the cake with his third on the day.

The win put Bul on 16 points and move a slot up on the log to 14th on the 16-table log while Express stays 8th with 23 points.

At Phillip Omondi stadium, Lugogo, Yasin Mugume score eight minutes after the break to give Police a slim but important 1-0 victory over hosts Proline.

It was a game the Cops dominated and should have had a lead after five minutes but striker Hood Kaweesa missed a penalty after a foul on Osman Mutumba.

Proline goalkeeper Said Keni made fabulous saves in the first half but could do little to stop Mugume who slotted into an empty net after combining with fellow substitute Ben Ocen.

In the last five minutes, Proline pressed for a leveller and their effort was paid with a penalty which Yasin Mugabi, in Police goal saved to send the Cops into wild cheers.

The 2005 league champions are now 9th with 20 points while Proline slops to 10th with a pointless.

In Arua, Onduparaka threw away a two goal lead against URA as they settled for a 2-2 stalemate.

Muhammad Shaban put the hosts in the lead in the first half while Akram Kakembo added the other before Sam Sekitto and Robert Mukongotya scored late in the game.

URA move to 6th on the log with 24 points while Onduparaka stay 4th with 26 points.




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