Dream's Sulaiman Mutyaba (left) with a fancy step over Credit: FAU

Futsal Super League 2017-18 (Week  Six Fixtures):

Thursday, 7th December 2017                                              

  • 7 p.m – Yeak Kabowa Fc V Kabowa United Fc
  • 7 p.m – Riham Fc V KSPG Fc
  • 8 p.m – Sauna Fc V Bajim Fc
  • 8 p.m – Parakeets Fc V Elephants Fc
  • 9 p.m – Yap Stars Fc V Park Fc
  • 9 p.m – Typhoons Fc V Dream Fc
[/media-credit] Dream’s Sulaiman Mutyaba (left) with a fancy step over Credit: FAU

The 2017-18 FUTSAL Super League takes center stage once again this Thursday with week six games at the International Fustal Courts, along Musajjaalumbwa road in Mengo, Kampala.

As it has been the case for the previous 5 match days, fans will be kept entertained throughout the duration of the games with mouth-watering action epitomized by stunning balls skills, fancy dribbles and numerous shooting at goal.

The highlight of the flood-lit futsal business could be the Kabowa derby between Yeak Kabowa and Kabowa United at 7 p.m.

Former Uganda Cranes internationals Vincent Kayizzi Walugembe and Nestroy Kizito will be some of the stars to watch for Kabowa United.

Log leaders KSPG (with 12 points from 4 matches) entertain six placed Riham on the second adjacent pitch at the same timing.

Bottom lagging Parakeets will encounter second from bottom Elephants as the reigning mini league champions Sauna battles Bajim in the second set of games at 8 p.m.

League top scorer, Steven Bikamata, a fit dread-locked striker with 9 goals on his personal account will be looking forward to add on his tally when he leads Sauna against Bajim.

[/media-credit] Futsal action on match day 5 Credit: FAU

The final two games will witness Yap Stars take on Park as star studded Typhoons entertains former Uganda Cranes international’s Sulaiman ‘Mike’ Mutyaba led Dream.

Currently in second place with 9 points, Dream faces a stern test of character and endurance against a much youthful Typhoons side that has the cream de-la-cream of Buddo S.S footballers as Samuel Kato Nehiyimana, Goffin Oyriwoth and the bow legged crafty player Masudi Kafumbe.

This is the first time in the history of Uganda’s football that the Futsal super league has been played.

The league is organized by the Futsal Association Uganda (FAU).

[/media-credit] Yap Stars and Tyhoons on match day 5 at Futsal International Courts in Mengo. Typhoons won 8-3. Credit: FAU

Week 5 Results:

  • Typhoons 8-3 Yap Stars
  • Dream 8-4 Sauna
  • Bajim 4-2 Riham
  • Elephants 2-4 KSPG
  • Park 3-3 Yeak Kabowa
  • Kabowa United 3-3 Parakeets
[/media-credit] Futsal super league match in Mengo Credit: © Kawowo Sports | DAVID ISABIRYE

Table Standings As Per Thursday, 7th December 2017

  • KSPG –               12
  • Dream –               9
  • Park –               7
  • Typhoons –           6
  • Bajim –               6
  • Riham –               6
  • Sauna –               6
  • Yeak Kabowa –               5
  • Yap Stars –               4
  • Kabowa Utd –               3
  • Elephants –               3
  • Parakeets –               1                                                                             

Top Scorers:                                                                                                       

  • Steven Bikamata (Sauna)    –  9 Goals
  • Ali Mukiibi (Yap Stars) – 7 Goals
  • Hassan Wasswa (Elephants) – 6 Goals
  • Sulaiman Mutyaba (Dream) –  6 Goals                                                                                              

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

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