Futsal Super League
International Futsal Courts, Mengo
-Park 5-2 Nomad
-Crown 6-0 Aidenal
-Parakeets 2-2 Mengo City
-Dream 3-2 Equator
-Typhoon 1-2 Yeak Kabowa
-Mengo United 2-8 Bajim
-Yap Stars 5-4 Elephants
MENGO – The Futsal Super League took center stage last night at the International Futsal Courts in Mengo.
Seven games were played with the top two and defending champions all winning their day’s games.
Yeak Kabowa who are top of the standings continued their march towards the League title, scrapping to a 2-1 victory over Typhoon in a dramatic encounter.
At halftime, the scores were locked at 1-1 with Shaffik Avemah scoring for the leaders while Abdullah Mawuya did likewise for Typhoon.
In the second, Avemah added a second which ensured all three points for Yeak who saw two players in, League top scorer Enock Ssebagala and John Musasizi sent off for two bookings apiece.
The loss for Typhoon means that they remain 8th on the log with 31 points.
For Yeak, the three points earned see them move onto 51 points, four ahead of second placed Park.
Speaking of Park, they registered a convincing 5-2 victory over Nomad in the opening game of the evening.
However, it was not as simple as it looks on the eye as Park found themselves trailing 1-0 at half time thanks to Osman Ahmed’s goal.
It was in the second period that Park ran riot, scoring five whilst conceding one to win the encounter.
Mark Kisenyi helped himself to a brace while each of Francis Matuga, Shffic Mulangira and Joshua Aziku scored once for Park. Osman Faud scored Nomad’s second half goal.
The victory, which is Park’s 14 of the season means that they stay in close tabs with Yeak, bettering their points tally to 47.
For Nomad, they remain 7th with 33 points from 21 games.
On the same night, defending champions Dream returned to winning ways with a hard fought 3-2 victory over Equator.
Dream who had not won in five coming into the game, found themselves trailing 2-1 at the break as Ahmed Dahir and Ismail Adan struck for Equator. Dream’s first half goal was scored by Swaib Kazibwe.
In the second period, the Wankulukuku based side upped their game and saw John Ssegawa score two unanswered goals to win the contest 3-2.
The loss for Equator leaves them 9th on the standings with 29 points from 21 games.
The three points now sees Dream move into 5th on the standings with 35 points, level on points with Bajim.
For Bajim, they were the highest scorers on the night, putting 8 past a hapless Kabowa United, who responded with only two.
In the contest that was played at 9pm, Titus Ssematimba scored five of Bajim’s goals with the trio of Isaac Kiberu, Sunday Franco and Sunday Kawesa scoring the other three goals.
For Kabowa who had Mahad Mugerwa sent off on the night, Fred Mutebi and Edward KYagulanyi scored their goals.
In the other games played on the day, Crown humiliated Aidenal 6-0, Parakeets and Mengo City shared spoils in a 2-2 encounter while Yap Stars did best Elephants 5-4.
Yeak’s Enock Ssebagala still leads the scoring charts with 36 goals, one ahead of teammate Shaffic Avemah.