KCCA Junior Team’s hopes of winning their first title of the FUFA U17 Elites League might be far from a reality but the side is on the right track.
The Lugogo side has won all their matches, the latest being a 3-0 drubbing of Proline Soccer Academy on Sunday at the Philip Omondi Stadium, Lugogo.
With freedom to express themselves but with the main target being to score as may goals as the can, both sides exhibited exciting displays but it was until the 43rd minute that KCCA’s Ivan Asaba opened the scoring.
Eight minutes after recess, Ismail Wasswa doubled the lead with another well-built goal that left Proline’s backline in sixes and sevens.
Proline had their coach Baker Mbowa and his assistant dismissed from the dugout by center referee George Nkurunziza after he the former apparently described match officials are incompetent.
Being a developmental league, the U17 League is officiated by officials under the age of 20 or those just starting their refereeing career.
There was time for KCCA’s Issa Ochama to come off the bench and score a third with his first touch of the game to maintain their status at the summit at the Treble Group with 12 points.
A team is awarded a point for a win with a difference of two goals, KCCA have already won 4-1 and 7-0 against Police Armless Brigade and Onduparaka.
Police are second on seven points after winning two of their three matches so far. In The Hatrick Group, Lweza are top with six points while JMC Hippos are second with five.
Proline SA 0-3 KCCA SA
BUL JT 1-2 Vipers SC JT
Police Armless brigade 2:0 Sadolin Paints JT
Express FC JT 3-1 Bright Stars JT
Lweza Orange Brigades 2-1 The Saints JT
SC Villa Jogoo JT 1-1 JMC Hippos FC JT
Kirinya Jinja SSS JT 3-1 Soana SA