Police come from behind and KCC trounce Hoima as strike enters day 2

In the Bell Uganda Super League Police F.C made a second half come back to level 3-3 against eight man Maroons amidst players strike for the second day running. A first minute strike from Dickson Kigongo combined with Emmanuel Akol and Richard Ayiko had seen Maroons go ahead 3-0 in the first half. However, David Yiga, Ben Ocen and Davies Kasirye struck for Police in the second.

At Wankulukuku, KCC’s Joseph Ocaya’s scored twice and Roger Modest Aloro got the other as Morley Byekwaso’s side handed Hoima-Busia their fourth loss in 9 matches as their tight schedule continues to wear them out. Bodi Wafula struck one back for Hoima-Busia.

The match between Proline F.C and Water F.C saw the latter start with 7 players but was abandoned after nine minutes when water F.C’s Umar Kasule was carried off the pitch “injured” and only six players remained on the field.

The Uganda Super League board is to meet clubs tomorrow at Sheraton Hotel to discuss the latter’s commitment to the league

Senior staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering volleyball, football and badminton

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