FSL Results (19th Nov 2013):
SCVU 1-1 POLICE – Namboole
SC Villa 0 – 1 CRO – Nakivubo
Vipers 4 – 0 Soana – Kitende
FUFA super league log leaders, Sports Club Victoria University have extended their grip on the top mantle with home draw against Police Football club at the Nelson Mandela National Stadium, Namboole on Tuesday.
Left footed midfielder cum striker Mike Sserugama has continued with his rich goal scoring form as he opened the charts with a 25th strike before Benson Ocen equalised for the cops in 20 minutes into the second half.
At Kitende play grounds, Vipers, who have been playing their maiden home game of the 2013/14 season at the ground were 3 -0 victors over on-form Soana.
Yunus Sentamu, (who is doing his Senior Six Examination papers at St. Mary’s Kitende), Joseph Mpande ,Mike Mutyaba and Simon Sserunkuma have got the goals for the Wakiso based side. Vipers now climb up to 25 points, just adrift of leaders, SC Victoria University.
A ten man Sports Club Villa have been shocked at the Nakivubo stadium home as bottom placed CRO, hwo has lost most games have pipped the league record winners 0-1 in a match where Cranes Striker, Emmanuel Okwi got marching orders off the pitch.
At the Mutesa II stadium, Wankulukuku Stadium, Entebbe Football Club has struggled much of the season played to a 2 all home draw with Bright Stars- a result that have seen them only descend down the table standings by a slot (to the 15th) because Masaka LC who were in the that position before kick -off won at the Masaka Recreational Stadium by 2 goals over the struggling Express F.C.
Livingstone Mbabazi’s Bright Stars remains glued in the 13th position (with 10 points) while Express is just a position up (14th on 13 points).
Await the detailed analysis of all the games played.