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Okello stars as Lango humbles Sebei

Okello scored a hatrick on Saturday afternoon as Lango defeated Sebei. (File Photo)

FUFA Drum 2018/19
Saturday, 11-05-2019
-Lango 6-1 Sebei
-Busoga 2-1 Kampala
-Tooro 1-1 Rwenzori

KCCA FC midfielder Allan Okello was the star of the show as he led his Lango side to a 6-1 victory over Sebei in one of the three FUFA Drum matches played on Saturday.

Okello who was first reported to have left the country for trials but it was later learnt that he had gone to Kenya so as to conduct his Visa interview, before returning to play the Drum game.

On the day, Okello scored three goals and was awarded the Man of the Match accolade for his contributions in the game as Lango registered their second victory of the competition.

Lango’s other goals were scored by URA FC’s Joachim Ojera who helped himself to a brace and Omedi Denis.

For Sebei, Simuyu Eric struck their consolation on a day that they were totally outplayed.

Lango now moves top of the standings in Group B with six points, level with Buganda but with the former having a better goal difference.

Buganda will be in action at home to Ankole in Mityana, on Sunday, in their Match-Day 3 fixtures.

For Sebei, they remain rooted at the foot of the group as they are still yet to register a single point.

Elsewhere, Kampala continued their miserable start to the 2019 edition as they lost 2-1 away to Busoga.

Richard Wandyaka’s brace proved to much for the visitors who have lost all of their first three games and sit rock-bottom of group A.

Their only positive of the day was Bright Stars’ Captain Nelson Ssenkatuka scoring what proved to be a consolation goal for them.

Wasswa Bbosa’s side now have their backs up against the wall and need to win all their remaining games if they are to stand any chances of reaching the knockout stages.

Kampala (Light Green) are yet to register a point this campaign. (File Photos)

For Busoga, this was their first victory of the campaign and it sees them move onto five points, having drawn the first two games.

For his performance, Wandyaka was voted the Man of the Match.

In the other Group A game, Tooro were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Rwenzori.

Masenreka Saddamje scored for the home side but Ashraf Mandela replied in kind for Rwenzori.

In the end, neither side could find the winner, settling for a points which sees Tooro maintain top spot with 5 points, level with both Rwenzori and Busoga.

The FUFA Drum will continue of Sunday with 5 fixtures

Sunday 12/5/2019

-Buganda vs Ankole @4:00PM Mityana

-West Nile vs Acholi @4:00PM GreenLight Stadium-Arua

-Bunyoro vs Karamoja @4:00PM Hoima Booma Grd-Hoima

-Bukedia vs Bugisu @4:00PM Booma Ground-Butaleja

-Teso vs Kigezi @4:00PM Kongunga P/S -Bukedea

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