Thursday SUPL results
Tooro 1-1 KCCA
Bul 2-1 Police
Paidha 0-2 URA
SC Villa 1-2 Kirinya
Maroons 1-0 Bright Stars
KCCA needed a second half Mike Mutyaba equaliser to prevent them from dropping all three points as the 12-time national champions rallied to draw 1-1 at Tooro United in Fort Portal on Wednesday.
Godfrey Lwesibawa had given the hosts, unbeaten at home, a 53rd minute lead as they looked to fatally injure KCCA title credentials.
But the Yellow Boys pulled back to move to 59 points, four more than second placed Vipers with eight games to go.
The result left Tooro seventh on 33 points, we’ll save from relegation skirmishes.
In Luzira, Pius Obuya’s 68th minute penalty boosted Maroons Survival chances as they beat Bright Stars 1-0 to move one place up to 12th on 25 points.
Said Kyeyune and Cromwel Rwothomio we’re on target in Arua as URA continued their resurgence with a 2-0 victory over hosts Paidha Black Angels.
The tax collectors move to 38 points but remain fourth in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League (SUPL) standings.
In the season’s first night TV game, Kirinya-Jinja travelled to Namboole and beat hosts SC Villa 2-1 with David Bagoole’s fourth minute strike and Joel Madondo’s 12th of the season ensuring of all three points.
Bashir Mutanda scored his joint leading 13th of the campaign but it was not enough to save Villa as the Jogoos fell one place to 13th with 23 points.Victory left Kirinya eighth on 33.
Elsewhere, Jimmy Kulaba and JamesOtim’s goals were enough for Bul to stop Police, whose consolation came from Ronald Nyanzi.