Another busy weekend it was for Ugandan players abroad epitomized by goalkeeper Dennis Onyango’s success in South Africa.
Get to know how they performed over the weekend with a detailed report as ChimpReports digs deeper in their weekend performances.
In the Egyptian Premier League, striker Derrick Nsibambi scored his third successive goal for Smouha Sports Club in their 3-3 draw against Nine men Aswan FC. His goal came after 15 minutes.
Still in Egypt, Allan Kyambadde started at the right back before being replaced by El Saadawy in the 66th minute as his El Gouna FC side beat Abdu Lumala’s Pyramids FC 2-1 at home.
In south Africa, goalkeeper Dennis Onyango Masinde was Injured and missed his team’s 3-0 win against Black Leopards at home in the ABSA Premiership.
The win guided the Brazilians to their league crown (10th overall) while it was the Seventh for the Cranes skipper.
Midfielder Moses Waiswa wasn’t on the match day squad for Super Sport United as they lost 1-0 to Cape Town City, finishing the 2019/2020 season in fifth place on 50 points.
In the English women FA Cup, Crested Cranes defender Jean Sseninde made her debut for Wakefield Ladies FC as they defeated Hepworth United Ladies FC 5-0 at home.
In the English EFL cup, Elvis Bwomono played full time at right back as his Southend United side lost 1-0 at Gillingham.
Forward Karl Ikepazi Mubiru was nowhere to be seen as his Wycombe Wanderers lost 4-2 in penalties at Brentford following a 1-1 draw after 90 minutes.
In the Burundi Primus League, Brian Allan Kizza and Steven Mugisha featured for defending Champions Le Messager Ngozi as they fell 3-0 at Flambeau du Centre in the 2020/2021 season opener.
Defender Joseph Othieno made his league debut for Musongati as they defeated their Burundian counterparts Inter Star 1-0 at home.
In the Swedish Suppretan, forward Alexis Bbakka played full time as his Umea FC side drew 1-1 against Brage while Ritah Kivumbi came on as a second half substitute as her Mallbackens W beat Alvsjo W 2-0 at home in the Swedish Elitettan Women.