- SC Villa 1-0 Vipers
- Lweza 0-0 Kirinya
- Sadolin 0-1 Express
- Soana 1-0 BUL
- Onduparaka 3-2 saints
- URA 1-0 Bright stars
- JMC Hippos ABN Police
A Umar Kasumba second half strike was enough to seal a hard fought victory for the Jogoos who remain unbeaten at their new Masaka home.
The game, website at Masaka Recreation Grounds, was a fight for second spot as the visitors were just a 3 points behind second placed hosts.
The visitors, who started with a 3-man attack of Kemba, Tony Odur and Ssekisambu, couldn’t find the cutting edge they longed for and their long trip to Masaka yielded nothing.
SC Villa’s two wins on the trot after some inconsistent form was enough to seal second spot with 55 points as Vipers remain third with 49 points.
Miguel Duarte Da Costa’s Vipers went into the Masaka trip on the back of a joyous 4-1 victory over Onduparaka and had hoped to beat Villa to second place in the league and stand a chance of continental football depending on Caf rules.
League winner qualifies for Caf Champions League and the winner of the Uganda Cup gets the Caf Confederations Cup slot.
But with Mike Mutebi’s KCCA already eyeing a double, both league and cup, and if it so happens that KCCA goes on to win the Uganda Cup, the runners up in the league may take the Caf Confederations Cup place.
In other results
The relegation battle between Lweza and Kirinya-Jinja SS saw the two teams fire blanks, a result that leaves Lweza needing maximum points in their last match with Abdullah Mubiru’s Police.
Francis Olaki’s goal was the only difference as Soana faced off with BUL at Kavumba.Bright Stars lost by a goal to nil against URA in Lugazi, while JMC encounter with Police was called off in the 63rd minute with the hosts leading 1-0. Mahad Yaya’s solo goal relegated Sadolin Paints as Onduparaka won a five-goal thriller in Arua against Saints.
KCCA back in action in Lugogo derby
Champions KCCA return to action today following their 3-0 loss to Moroccan FUS Rabat in continental football.
The already league champions will face off with Mujib Kasule’s Proline, who are already safe from relegation after winning boardroom points in their recent abandoned game with Express at Wankulukuku.