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KCC won 0 – 1 away in Jinja at Kakindu courtesy of a Tom Matisko goal. Sports Club Victoria University beat SC Villa 3 – 1 at Namboole Stadium.
Yassar Mugerwa, Isaac Muleme and Ceaser Sapeo got the goals for the University side while Moses Gale notched SC Villa’s consolation.
At the Mehta Stadium in Lugazi, James Kasibante scored URA’s lone strike to take the whole 3 points over the visiting Kira Young.
Express’ great run in the league continued as Godfrey Lwesibawa’s first half goal condemned Proline to a tricky situation with 2 games to go for the latter side.
At Buikwe stadium, Vipers were held to a 1 all draw by Police F.C. Farouq Miya scored for the home team before Harunah Mulindwa got the visitors strike.
Masaka L.C and Bright Stars played to a non scoring draw at the Recreational Stadium in Masaka while at Wankulukuku Stadium, Entebbe F.C brighten their chances of surviving relegation after that 1 – 0 win over Soana.
Siraje Ssentamu scored for Entebbe in the 30th minute.
Simba beat the already relegated Mbale based side, CRO 2 – 0.
Alex Witaba and Johnson Bagoole scored for the army side at Bombo Military grounds.
The league resumes on Sunday with 3 games on card. Proline hosts Bul F.C at Lugogo KCCA Stadium, Kira Young entertains KCCA at Namboole and Soana hosts Vipers at the Kavumba recreational Stadium.
The league concludes on Tuesday (May 6, 2014).