Uganda premier league newcomers Kirinya Jinja SS FC and Onduparaka FC have registered mixed results in the preseason build up friendlies played on Friday afternoon.
Kirinya Jinja SS, viagra 40mg http://darkfey-temple.org/wp-admin/includes/class-bulk-plugin-upgrader-skin.php despite creating most chances failed to capitalize on their superiority advantage sharing spoils with Kamuli select in Kamuli.
Pacey winger Mark Bamukyaye made the first impact after a quick successive interplay with Musa Mubiru and James Otim but the recipient’s shot was too feeble to worry the keeper.
Otim’s great work ten minutes later found Mubiru flat footed raising the ball beyond the target inside the six yard, stomach with the keeper well beaten.
The students paid heavily for their laxity after Abdallah Bagoth tapped in a loose ball inside the danger area to arise the Kamuli fans just four minutes to the breather.
Coach Alex introduced Joel Madondo and prodigal son Johnson Wakalaita in the second half.
The change consummated at the hour tick after Joel’s supposed low cross to Wakalaita fell on Bamukyaye’s path who tipped it over the keeper for the equaliser. The match ended one all.
In Arua, for sale Onduparaka overcame Prisons side Maroons FC by a slim 1-0 margin through Rashid Agau’s sixth minute strike.
Onduparaka were using the game as part of their promotions celebrations. The Arua team will hold their grand fundraising ceremony on Saturday.
Kirinya Jinja SS XI: Latom Ikara, Moses Kamya, Julius Debo, Musa Magumba, Mike Kawooya, Byron Bender, Mark Bamukyaye, James Otim, Mubiru Musa, George Kasonko, Livingstone Mulondo.
Kamuli select: Aziz Umonyi, Umar Sale, Godfrey Katende, Joel Kirabo, Peter Musoke, Nathan Kigenyi, Bagoth Abdallah, Karim Ngada, Majid Sibide, Saddam Kazindula, Arajab Waiswa