Uganda’s Champions League ambassadors, URA FC registered a morale boosting 3-2 victory over non league side, Azam at a bumpy playground in Bweyogerere, ahead of their return leg engagement with Cameroon’s Cotton Sport on Saturday at Nelson Mandela Stadium, Kampala.
Yayo Lutimba, Ssekisambu Erisa and Benson Ociti helped the taxmen win the round of 64 Uganda cup encounter to book a round of 32 date with last year’s league champions, Express, who overcame Corporate XI team by 2 goals to nil.
Shortly after the game, the team travelled to Jinja, where they will be based for a residential camp. The team will however make it to Kampala again on Thursday for a double training session at Namboole Stadium. A top URA FC official explained that basing in Jinja was looked at as a way of giving the players a breather off the city disturbances. “We shall have the last training in Namboole and drive back to Jinja, where we shall come direct for the match”, the official said.
Meanwhile, in other Uganda Cup fixtures, Kampala City Council Authority registered the biggest win of the evening with a 7 nil drubbing of Bweyogerere. Strikers, Tonny Odur, Mike Birungi and Eddie Mubiru registered braces apiece before an own goal sealed Bweyogerere’s fate.
SC Villa’s Ronald Muganga and Steven Bengo Strikes helped the Jogoos beat another non-league side, VCC 3-1 at Nakivubo. Simba received a walk over after L-Best failed to travel to the Bombo Army Barracks for the match.
In the two FUFA Super league games played, Entebbe F.C were given a baptism of fire after Joseph Kayiira and Innocent Alimansi’s strikes propelled Water a rare 2-0 win in as many games. The game was played at Nakivubo War Memorial Stadium.
The Vipers-Victors game ended goalless.
URA Players in Camp:
Allan Owinyi, Mugabi Yasin(Goal keepers), Owen Kasule, Allan Munaaba, Nsumba Augustine, Ssekisambu Erisa, Ociti Benson, Sam Mubiru, Ssenkomi Sam, Kyeyune Saidi, Yayo Lutimba, Feni Ali Muhamoud, Bwete Brian, Docca Musa, Segawa Lawrence, Elkahna Nkugwa, Joseph Owino, Karim Ndugwa.
Walulya Derrick (Malaria), Osama Farouk (Bruise), Oscar Agaba (Malaria) and Simeon Masaba (Malaria)
26 FEB Uganda Cup Results
Azam 2-3 URA
SC Villa 3-1 VCC
Bweyogerere 0-7 KCC
Corporate XI 0-2 Express
St Mary’s 1-0 Police F.C
Simba-L Best (Simba gets walkover)
Wednesday 27/02/2013 Uganda Cup Fixtures
Green Boys V Hope at St John Bosco SS ground, Katende
Bombo United V Sadolin at Bombo Town Council ground
Kisubi United V Luwero United at St Mary’s Kisubi ground
Bwizibwera V Kamwokya United at Bwizibwera , Mbarara
Ndejje University V Jinja MC at Ndejje University ground
Nkumba University Vs Victoria University (Nkumba Uni playground)