Parakeets futsal club defend an attack from Park during the league at Futsal International Courts, Kampala Credit: © Kawowo Sports | DAVID ISABIRYE

Futsal Super League 2017/18:

Match Day 4 Results:

  • Parakeets 2-9 Park
  • Yap Stars 5-5 Yeak Kabowa
  • Riham 4-1 Dream
  • Sauna 6-3 Typhoons
  • KSPG 5-2 Kabowa United
  • Elephants 1-4 Bajim
[/media-credit] A Park free-kick against Parakeets during Fustal action on match day four at the international futsal courts in Kampala Credit: © Kawowo Sports | DAVID ISABIRYE

Three weeks into the inaugural Futsal Super League, the international futsal courts along Musajjaalumbwa road in Kampala have become the talk of town.

Every Thursday night, there is every justification for the players and fans to keep aligned to the newly opened facility.

Futsal administrators and the staunch faithful followers remain contented that there is green light being taken to the game development.

During round four, like the previous match days, goalkeepers had a nightmare as goals continued to rock.

There were an overwhelming 47 goals scored during round four in the six games played.

This reflected an increment of two goals from the 45 goals netted on match day 3.

During match day four, Park registered the biggest victory on the night, scoring 9 goals past a hapless Parakeets.

Cashibo scored a hat-trick. Alex Ssegujja, Weston Musoke and Fahad Mpagi each got a brace.

Bukulu got the other goal for Park.

[/media-credit] Parakeets Football team Credit: © Kawowo Sports | DAVID ISABIRYE
[/media-credit] Park Futsal Team Credit:

Bernard Settuba scored two goals for Parakeets who have not won any game since the kick-off of the league.

Yap Stars and Yeak Kabowa played to a stalemate in a 10 goal thriller.

Ssemuddu (hat-trick), Alex Mawanda and Kato Kimbugwe got the goals for Yap Stars whilst Innocent Kiwanuka, Ntambi and Ronald Nansamba (3) replied for Yeak Kabowa.

Riham overcame Dream 4-1 in the other game. Emma Ddamulira, Tony Sebunya (2) and Stephen Muyanja were on target for Riham.

Former Uganda Cranes international Sulaiman Mutyaba scored the consolation for Dream.

Table leaders KSPG humbled Kabowa United 5-2.

Sekyembe, Mawanda, Umar Sebuliba and Aziz Mutumba (2) scored for KSPG as they have now won three out of three games.

Ashraf Kabugo and Emma Semugoona were on target for Kabowa United.

Bajim Team Credit: © Kawowo Sports | DAVID ISABIRYE

Meanwhile, Elephants fell 4-1 to Bajim. Ronald Sekiganda scored thrice and Swaib Kazibwe propelled Bajim to a famous win.

Hassan Wasswa got Elephants’ consolation.

In the much awaited game on the night, Sauna pipped Typhoons 6-3.

It was perfect revenge for Sauna who had lost to the same team in the official curtain raiser of the tournament.

Haruna Lugolobi grabbed a hat-trick for Sauna.

Isaac Kasozi and the current league top scorer Steven Bikamata scored the other strikes.

Meanwhile, Bashir Matovu and the immensely skilled Masoud Kafumbe scored Typhoons’ goals.

[/media-credit] Hamza Jjunju with some of the officials Credit: © Kawowo Sports | DAVID ISABIRYE

Futsal Association Uganda  (FAU) in conjunction with Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) organize this league.

FAU president, Hamza Jjunju envisages a bright future for the sport.

“We have come a long way as Futsal. The progress is promising and i anticipate a great time ahead for the sport” Jjunju notes.

The league will return this Thursday, 30th November 2017.

Next Games (Week 5, 30th November 2017)

  • 7PM – Kabowa United Vs Parakeets FC (Pitch A)
  • 7PM – Park Vs Yeak Kabowa    (Pitch B)
  • 8PM – Bajim Vs Riham FC          (Pitch A)
  • 8PM – Typhoons Vs Yap Stars  (Pitch  B)
  • 9PM – Elephants Vs KSPG          (Pitch A)
  • 9PM – Dream Vs Sauna FC         (Pitch B)

Top Scorers                                                                     

  • Steven Bikamata  –   7 Goals (Sauna)
  • Ali Mukiibi           –   6 Goals (Yap Stars)
  • Hassan Wasswa –   6 Goals (Elephants)

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

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