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Ten Maroons denied Onduparaka chance to win three successive games for the second time after the two sides played to a goalless draw in Arua.

The hosts came into the game on the back of two victories on the bounce and a third would no doubt mean they are back to their mercurial best especially at the intimidating Green Light stadium.

For the visitors, it was a game they needed to win to regain the winning touch but any hopes of getting maximum points were dented eleven minutes to time when midfield gem Felix Okot was shown marching orders.

With ten men, Asaph Mwebaze’s charges to suffer as the Caterpillars threw everything at them but the final whistle came with both sides still tied.

Simeon Masaba’s men now tie on same points with Kirinya Jinja SS on 37 but stay 5th thanks to an inferior goal difference while Maroons are back into 6th with four points less.

They are level with 2005 league champions Police but have a superior goal difference over the Cops.

Next on menu for the Prisons side is a home tie against champions KCCA on Thursday.

Senior Staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering football

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