The 2010 league champions, Bunamwaya completed a season league double over 16 time record league winners, SC Villa in a 4-1 victory at Nakivubo war memorial stadium. The cold evening clash was first delayed by close to half an hour when the referee had called for more security.
This caused tension which saw Villa coach, Mike Mutebi burst out at Fred Kateregga, Hon. Charles Bakkabulindi’s spokesperson about the delay, though they reconciled prior to kickoff.
Ceaser Okhuti’ chip past Ochan Benjamin in the 23rd minute from Luwaga Kizito’s quick freekick send Bunamwaya ahead by halftime. In the 40th minute, Bunamwaya custodian, Hamza Muwonge picked up a thigh muscle strain which saw Joseph Sebuliba take position.
Villa pressed hard in the first ten minutes of the second half but a well built counter attack got Bunamwaya the second. Goal scorer, Ceaser Okhuti ran past Villa’s last two men and setting up for Luwaga Kizito to make two in the 55th minute.
Five minutes later, Luwaga Kizito met a pass from Tony Odur and got his second of the day, making it 3 for Edward Golola’s troops.
In the 63rd minute, substitute Herman Wasswa who had gotten on for Paul Musamali controlled Lawrence Kasadha’s cross from the left flank and put it nearpost for the hosts.
Mike Mutebi made a few tactical changes but the light to victory was entirely dim. Four minutes from time, Nicolas Wadada’s run from right back produced the fourth goal of the day for Bunamwaya. 74th minute substitute and new recruit from Express, Edgar Luzige got his debut goal, making it 6 for him this season.
“I am happy about the result. We were the better side and deserved to win” said Tony Odur. “The boys did a tremendous job. They won because they were disciplined, had teamwork and were patient” beamed a happy Edward Golola, the Bunamwaya tactician.
Mike Mutebi who took long to talk to the media said the players were careless and he said, the boys should have done better.