cheap http://chelseamamma.co.uk/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-panel.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%; text-align: justify;”>Rwenzori group strugglers Mvara Boys FC who currently lie just above relegation turned up on Thursday in West Nile for their encounter against second placed Koboko FC without players’ licenses and couldn’t take a photograph with the centre referee by 5:20 pm when the match was called off according to the referee’s report.
The FUFA Competitions Committee citing rule (FCR) Art 27 (3) “If a club is the visiting team, a photograph of the entire team together with the captain of the opposing team and the day’s centre referee shall be taken at the arrangement and expense of the defaulting club and submitted to the TOC within 48 hours, together with a fine of $ 200.In the event all the players’ licenses are missing that the club that defaults in application of rule 27 (3) in totally shall lose the match by forfeiture.”
Mvara Boys FC’s communication to the FCC was found unsatisfactory thus losing the match to Koboko 3-0 by forfeiture.
Kasese Youth who allegedly failed to turn up for their match against Soroti Garage and Ngora Freda Carr later because of a motor vehicle accident near Kyegegwa which however was reported as a motor vehicle mechanical breakdown and varying dates as well.
The Elgon group side was docked three points and 3 goals from those they had already accumulated on top of losing the Ngora Freda Carr fixture 3-0.
Both clubs drop to eighth in their respective groups after the verdicts while Soroti Garage and Bright Stars led Elgon and Rwenzori groups respectively.