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The scoreline, which also left Kira Young rooted at the basement, is the second biggest this season. Water, who last month whitewashed Victors 8-0, still hold the biggest scoreline.
The same day, on which five games were played as the league entered its penultimate games, saw Express keep in the race for finishing second as they beat Victors 2-1.
Mike Katende and BrightHaguma, netting his eighth of the season, scored Express’ goals. The victory left the Red Eagles in third on 37 points, two behind Villa with a game to go.
Entebbe Young, who remain fourth with 33 points, will have to contend with that finish the newcomers having been forced to a goalless draw at Water.
Masaka also looked to bend their campaign well after Sam Kayongo’s lone strike sunk Police.
The new champions, Maroons, can now only win the title with a maximum of 49 points after they drew 1-1 at Simba. The final round of games will be played this weekend.
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Simba FC 1-1 Maroons FC
Water FC 0-0 Entebbe Young
Kira Young FC 0-7 SC Villa
Masaka LC 1-0 Police FC
Victors FC 1-2 Express FC