Friendly Match Result:
Kirinya/Jinja S.S F.C 0-2 Sadolin Paints F.C
Debutant, Henry Ssenkubuge and Andrew Basooma struck in the opening 45 minutes to propel Uganda Premier League club, Sadolin Paints F.C to a 2-0 victory over FUFA Big league side, Kirinya/Jinja S.S at the latter’s home ground in Jinja town on Thursday.
We took our chances early and I am impressed by the victory though there was a chance to add to the goals later in the second half
Sadolin Paints’ head coach, Samadu Musafiri told Kawowo Sports shortly after the game.
The home side started the game without the services of loyal servants, Allan Drajuwa, Nasur Aseni and the injured Gerald Masette.
It was the visiting side that dominated in possession for long spells and this was soon reflected with the short crispy passing philosophy.
The D-moment arrived in the 28th minute when January window signing, Henry Ssenkubuge’s perfectly weighted chip was connected by Andrew Basooma past Joel Mukakubwa in Jinja s.s’ goal for the opener.
Basooma nearly made it two five minutes later but his low drive hot the lower goal post after a telling delivery from the left wing by Dan Ekunyu.
Yunus Kasozi, another latest club’s signing crossed for Henry Ssenkubuge for the visitor’s second goal and final goal of the game.
Both teams made several changes after the half hour mark.
Sadolin Paints F.C got closet with skipper Allan Oryek’s curling free kick hitting the woodwork barely 15 minutes on to the game death.
Build Up Tie:
Sat, 7th February 2015:
Sadolin Paints F.C Vs Kirinya/ Jinjs S.S – Bugembe Stadium (10 a.m)
Thurs, 12th February 2015:
Uganda Cup 2015:
Life Eternal Vs Sadolin Paints – Busega Community Play Grounds
Azam Premier League:
Fri, 17th February 2015:
SC Villa Vs Sadolin Paints – Nakivubo Stadium
Team Line Ups:
Kirinya Jinja S.S:
Joel Mukakubwa (G.K), Onzima Oketcho, Julius Debbo Livingstone Mulondo Otwui, Polycarp Wagoole, Walter Okura, Yunus Kibira, John Wakalaita, Paul Onen
Sadolin Paints F.C:
Muhammed Didi (45’ Mathias Muwanga), Joseph Ssemwogerere, Nasser Nsubuga, Junior Mukisa (45’ Paul Kisige), Moses Kibirge, Dan Ekunyu (45’ Peter Katumba), Yunus Kasozi, Henry Ssenkubuge, Moses Sentamu (45’ Martin Mugabi), Andrew Basooma (45’ Martin Mugabi), Blaise Nkolo (Allan Oryek)