HALFTIME: Sadolin Paints F.C 1-1 SC Villa

***UPDATE: This match was abandoned. Click here to read more***

The exciting Uganda Premier League duel between Jinja outfit, Sadolin Paints football club and the 16 time record league winners, SC Villa is one-all by the half time.

Fred Ssegujja caught the visitors napping with a well taken strike inside the opening 60 seconds of the game. 10 minutes later defensive midfielder, Peter Katumba got himself in a rare scoring position but fired wide and high of goal keeper, Nicholas Ssebwato’s posts after a brilliant lay up from Segujja.

Left back, Fred Nkata limped off for Andrew Kaggwa as the visitors shifted from the high line defense strategy to a 4 man formation with Walulya occupying left back role. SC Villa settled and in one of the subsequent raids, Wasswa’s through ball found Eriasa Ssekisambu through to drill a low drive past Muhammed Didi in Sadolin’s goal a minute to the half hour mark.

The goal was bitterly protested by the entire Sadolin F.C playing contingent who were joined by their fans.

Play had to cease in the 39th minute after fans started to throw stones and other objects onto the playing area. After calmness was sought by the police, play had to continue with SC Villa creating another goal scoring opportunity which was put to waste by Striker Karim Ndguwa after a Ssekisambu through ball.

There are other 45 minutes to play with both teams having plenty of options on their respective benches.

Sadolin F.C:

Muhammed Didi (G.K), Joseph Ssemwogerere, Yasseri Waibi (C), Junior Mukisa, Paul Kisige, Daniel Ekuyu, Peter Katumba, Ronald Lukungu, Fred Ssegujja,Andrew Basooma,Anthony Baize.

Subs: Tadeo Mwese (G.K), Desmond Kyob, Nasser Nsubuga, Alex Sserunjogi, Martin Mugabi, Farouk Muzaale, Suudi Kayemba.

SC VILLA:

Nicolas Ssebwato (G.K), Fred Nkata, Musa Doka, Fahad Kawooya, Hassan Wasswa, David Bagoole, Erisa Ssekisambu, Karim Ndugwa, Steven Bengo, Victor Emenayo

Subs: Ali Kimera (G.K), Andrew Kaggwa, Isaac Kirabiira, Suliaman Majanjalo, Titus Lubega

David Isabirye is a senior staff writer for Kawowo Sports where he covers most of the major events.

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