FUFA Big League
Kabale Sharp FC 0-1 Kitara
Kansai Plascon FC 2-1 Ntinda United
Bumate United FC 0-3 Proline FC
Kiboga Young FC 4-0Kireka United FC
UPDF 2-1 Kyetume FC
Light SSS 0-0 Wakiso Giants
Entebbe FC 2-0 Kataka FC
Proline FC maintained their brilliant start to the season registering another convincing win on the road on Thursday.
In a bid to return to return to top flight football, the team coached by Shafik Bisaso have had a scintillating start like any other team would want.
The daunting trip to Bundibugyo ended on a positive note securing a 3-0 win, their sixth in seven games. The other game ended in a goalless draw against Kitara FC on match day one.
Arnold Sserunjogi gave Proline FC as early as the 12th minute before defender Musitafa Mujjuzi doubled the lead from a free kick eight minutes later.
Kiwanuka scored the third goal to consolidate Proline’s lead.
The win means the Lugogo based moved to 19 points, two above second placed Kiboga Young.
Kiboga Young who were also in action on Thursday outwitted Kireka United FC 4-0 with Fidel Muhwezi(brace) Peter Lomolo and Brian Mugume scoring.
Edward Golola registered his first win as Kitara FC coach winning 1-0 away against Kabale Sharp FC.
In Rwenzori group, the table of clash between leaders Wakiso Giants and third placed Light SS ended goalless.
The result meants the two teams remained unmoved with Wakiso top on 13 points while Light SS have 12 points.
Entebbe FC coached by Allan Kabonge picked their first win defeating Kataka FC 2-0 at Wanlukuku.
Natib Rashid and Bruno Sserunkuma scored a goal each for Entebbe FC formerly known as Masavu FC.
UPDF FC recovered from the 1-0 loss to edge past Kyetume FC winning 2-1 at Bombo Military Grounds.
The fixture saw two biological brothers Alex Isabirye (Kyetume FC) and Steven Bogere (UPDF FC) facing off. They will meet again this Sunday in the Uganda Cup.