cialis 40mg http://cyberstudio.biz/main/components/com_easyblog/helpers/dialogoptions.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Lweza took the lead early in the first half thanks to Derrick Muyanja who capitalized on a Saints defensive mixup but Tony Magala dribbled past four defenders and smashed the ball into the roof of the goal to equalize. First half ended 1-1.
Mahad Kakooza gave Lweza the lead midway in the second half with an opportunistic shot that caught Saints keeper Paul Kayemba flat footed but Brian Mukasa equalized with a brilliant header from a corner.
Saints Coach Mark Twinamastiko was glad with the away point at Lweza and praised the team for exhibiting the fighting spirit that saw them twice come from down to salvage a point.
Saints have been creating chances but not converting them and they’ll be boosted by the return of Alex Bukenya Kitata who has been injured but has since resumed training.
Saints next host Village Club California (VCC) at Namboole Stadium. Other Saints strikers Rashid Kiyini and Morris Karomeniz are still out injured but Karomonez could be back to face Mutundwe Lions a week from Saturday.
It was the first time Lweza have dropped points at their grassless ground in Kajjansi which has been nicknamed ‘Akatilo’ (Slaughterhouse) and the result saw them drop to second place in the Rwenzori group with 14 points.
Baza Holdings lead Rwenzori group with 15points after they edged Ndejje University 0-1 at Ndejje. All Baza holdings wins so far this season have been with 1-0 scoreline.
In other games Mutundwe Lions handed Taban Amin’s VCC their first defeat of the season with a slim 1-0 at Lubiri SS and Wandegeya travelled to Pece Stadium to face Gulu University and fell 0-2.