Week 26 FUFA super league results:
SCVU 1 – 0 Bul
Simba 0 – 0 Entebbe f.c
Vipers 0 – 0 URA
SC Villa 1 – 1 Masaka L.C
Police 0 – 0 Bright Stars
Express 2 – 0 Soana
Despite bagging the valuable three points over Jinja side, Bul f.c, every member of Sports Club Victoria University (SCVU) was left in shock after an injury that lead striker Mathew Odong suffered at Namboole on Good Friday.
SCVU won 1 – 0 courtesy of a well timed header off first half substitute, Simon Okwi. The latter had replaced Odong after colliding with defender George Kayondo.
Yasser Mugerwa’s telling cross from the left beat goalie, Franco Oringa on the near post as a totally unmarked Okwi headed in an empty net at the far end.
SC Victoria University’s victory that pushes them joint top of the league with 49 points (same as KCC, who have played a game yet to play).
“Like i have always said, this league is a marathon, we still have plenty to play for and wait on how the opposition plays”, SCVU head coach, Morley Byekwaso.
At Nakivubo stadium, SC Villa and Masaka L.C played to a 1 all draw. Karim Ndugwa put SC villa in a 67th minute lead before Derrick Ssemere equalized for Masaka 1o minutes to full time.
At Buikwe stadium, Vipers and Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) finished 0 – 0 by the end of the 90 minutes.
Vipers and URA stilled have the same number of points (46) with the same number of game played (26 apiece).
Express won 2 – 0 over Soana football club at Wankulukuku Stadium to accumulate 26 points and thus leap frogs Simba who drew goal less against Entebbe football club at Bombo military Stadium.
Entebbe rises a point up the ladder (now on 23 points).
The FUFA Super league resumes on Saturday as Proline hosts CRO at the Mutesa II Wankulukuku Stadium.
This game was supposed to have been played on Good Friday but the Lugogo Stadium was unavailable for use.