Uganda Premier League
-Express FC 2-2 Maroons FC
-Onduparaka FC 0-0 BUL FC
-Police FC 0-1 URA FC
-Kyetume FC 2-1 Busoga United FC
The Uganda Premier League returned on Tuesday afternoon with five games played at different venues.
At Njeru, there were two games played on the day.
In the early kick-off, Express FC surrendered a two goal lead to draw 2-2 against Maroons FC.
Frank Kalanda opened the scoring on 16 minutes, slotting in from the spot after a hand ball call.
Eight minutes later, Frank Ssenyondo poked home Express FC’s second goal off a Disan Ggaliwango cross.
Express had a chance to improve their advantage but Kalanda’s first-time effort rattled the cross bar.
They were eventually made to pay as Fred Amaku pulled one back for the Prison side at the stroke of half time.
Nine minutes into the second half, Steven Mukwala drew Maroons level and that is how the game ended.
The result leaves Express on 14 points while Maroons march onto 17 points from 12 games.
At the Green Light Stadium in Arua, BUL FC and Onduparaka FC shared spoils in a 0-0 encounter.
Either side got chances to take the lead and probably win the contest but could not capitalize.
James Otim who poked wide with the goal at his mercy before missing another sitter.
For Onduparaka, Rashid Okocha and Ibrahim Faizul pulled two stunning saves from BUL custodian Eric Kibowa.
The draw means both teams retain their positions on the log with Onduparaka 3rd with 20 points, four behind BUL who remain in second spot.
The other game played at Njeru saw URA FC overcome Police FC 1-0.
Brian Majwega scored the only goal of the game, tapping in from a Joachim Ojera low cross inside the first quarter of an hour.
The three points earned see URA FC climb into 8th spot with 14 points while Police remain second from bottom with just five points gathered so far.
In Bombo, Kyetume FC returned to winning ways thanks to a 2-1 victory over Busoga United FC.
Noel Nasasira opened the scoring on 10 minutes with his first goal of the season.
With 8 minutes of normal time to play, Busoga equalized through Daniel Ssewava and looked to be on course for a point.
However, Jonathan Mugabi struck in the second minute of additional time to ensure Kyetume registers another victory in their debut top-flight season.
Kyetume now climbs into 7th on the log with 16 points while Busoga United are still 6th with 16 points also but have a better goal difference on the Slaughter.
The other game played on the day saw Vipers SC edge Wakiso Giants FC 1-0 courtesy of a Fahad Bayo strike in the 30th minute.