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Bi League: Proline put 9 past Bumate to consolidate top spot

This is the biggest win of the season in the Big League. (File Photos)

FUFA Big League 2018/19
Proline FC 9-0 Bumate United
StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo
Wednesday, 17-04-2019

LUGOGO – Proline FC edged closer to a return to the StarTimes Uganda Premier League thanks to a 9-0 victory over Bumate on Wednesday.

Shafick Bisaso’s side were ruthless on the day, registering the biggest victory of the season so far.

Striker Ivan Bogere scored 4 of the goals while Hakim Kiwanuka helped himself to a brace. The other goals were scored by Bonyo Ibrahim and Sam Kintu.

Bogere broke the deadlock inside the first 3 minutes, slotting home an Anukani pass to hand the home side an early goal.

Proline got a chance to double their lead on 14 minutes but Joshua Okiror pulled his effort wide from a promising position.

However, Bogere struck again, picking himself up after he was fouled inside the area and poking home a penalty.

Two minutes later, it was 3-0. Bonyo who had been lively since the start of the game scoring from close range.

By halftime, Bumate was clearly beaten and it was a matter of how many goals Proline would score.

On return, Ibrahim Wamanah replaced Okiror before winger Kiwanuka got his name on the score sheet on 54 minutes, to make it 4-0.

Three minutes later, Kiwanuka completed his brace to make it 5-0.

In the 74th minute, sensational Anukani could not miss out on the party as he pocked home Proline’s 6th of the day.

With 7 minutes to play, Bogere completed his hat trick with the 7th goal of the day.

However, he was not yet done as he struck once again struck with two minutes on the clock, to make it 8-0.

In the 90th minute, the hosts wrapped up the goals galore with Sam Kintu scoring to ensure the home side win it 9-0.

The win for Proline sees Proline consolidate their lead atop the FUFA Big League-Rwenzori Group.

Proline are still top of the Rwenzori Group.

They now have 37 points from 17 games, 4 points ahead of second placed Kibogo.

For Bumate who are already relegated to the Regional League, remain bottom of the log with no points.

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