Bul 1-1 SC Villa
Ndejje 4-3 Tooro
Mbarara 1-2 Onduparaka
Three StarTimes Uganda Premier League (SUPL) matches produced 12 goals on a day Ndejje University returned to life to edge a seven-goal thriller over Tooro United on Wednesday.
There was also a crucial 2-1 victory for Onduparaka away to Mbarara, while SC Villa could only master a one-all draw at Bul .
But all the thrill and fan was at the Arena of Visions at Ndejje University in Luwero, where the hosts beat Tooro 4-3.
A Francis Onekalit double inside the first 10 minutes, a penalty from Anwar Ntege on the stroke of half time and Ronald Odokonyero winner were enough to edge this thrilling encounter.
Actually, it was a mixed day for Ndejje’s Odokonyero, who had earlier brought Tooro back into the game with a 29th minute own goal but he later atonned with the winner for the hosts.
Mahad Yaya Kakooza and Simon Peter Sserunkuma scored Tooro’s other goals but the hosts held on to claim all three points.
Ndejje stayed third from bottom on 16 points despite the victory, while Tooro dropped one to seventh on 28.
In Mbarara, Rashid Toha and Caesar Okhuti’s second half goals were enough to relegate Hillary Mukundane’s opener into a consolation as Onduparaka took the day 2-1.
Victory moved Onduparaka two places up to fifth on 30 points, while Mbarara stayed third on 36.
Elsewhere, James Otim’s 69th minute goal was enough for Bul to force a one-all draw with SC Villa in Jinja.
Pius Wangi had given the Jogoos the lead on the stroke of half time.
Villa remain two places above relegation on 22 points, while Bul stay fourth on 31.