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KCCA pegged again, Vipers shocked

Friday Results

Police 2-2 KCCA
Kirinya Jinja SS 1-0 Vipers

Lweza 0-1 Soana

Champions KCCA missed yet another chance to reclaim top spot when they drew 2-2 with Police at Namboole.

It was a painful stalemate for the Kasasiro who took a 2-0 goal lead until the 80th minute when Police, who had coach Abdallah Mubiru sent off the bench, rallied to draw level.

Man of the moment, Geoffrey Sserunkuma put the visitors in the lead in the second minute of the five additional minutes with his 14th goal of the campaign.

The veteran centre forward put the ball into an empty net after Police goalkeeper misjudged a long ball.

Muzamiru Mutyaba added the second for Mike Mutebi’s side with an exquisite strike in the 73rd off a brilliant pass from Allan Okello.

In the 80th minute, Ben Ocen pulled one back for the Cops and four minutes later; it was 2-2 thanks to substitute Hood Kaweesi who got at the end of Anthony Bongole pass.

The draw leaves KCCA second on the table with 43 points, one behind SC Villa but with two games in hand whilst Police are now 10th with 25 points.

At Kakindu, Antony Mayanja scored on the hour mark to give Kirinya Jinja SS a shock win over visiting Vipers.

The game was marred by scenes of violence at the end and Police to fire teargas to disperse the rowdy crowd as Kirinya improved their chances of survival and are now on 20 points although they remain second from bottom.

Elsewhere, Alex Isabirye earned his first victory at Soana with a 1-0 win over Lweza at Mutesa II stadium, Wankulukuku.

Former Lweza striker Emmanuel Kalyowa scored the winner ten minutes after the break to take the Kavumba side point tally to 30 points in 7th position.

Action in the league continues on Saturday with SC Villa at home to Bul, Proline hosts Sadolin Paints, The Saints visit URA whilst JMC Hippos are home against Onduparaka.

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