Uganda Premier League:
- BUL 2-0 Maroons
BUL Football Club forward Hamis “Diego” Tibita is much alive.
The Uganda U-20 international has over time underlined his superb performances with energetic performances and odd goals during matches.
Against Maroons, he did just that with a goal in each half as BUL overcame visiting Maroons 2-0 at the Kakindu Stadium in Jinja.
The former BUL U-17 graduate players struck the opener just 3 minutes into the game and converted a late second half penalty following a contested ball to hand incident.
Patrick Sembuya (BUL), Yayaha Luuti (Maroons) were the two players cautioned as Maroons head coach Asaph Mwebaze was sent off the bench for bitter protesting of refereeing decisions.
The maximum points earned for BUL drive them to 33 points and are now 9th on the 16 team log.
Maroons suffered their fourth loss of the season, maintaining their 35 points in 6th place.
Team Line Ups:
Geofrey Angoya Atieki (G.K), Umar Mukobe, Abdul Mayanja, Musa Walangalira, Yunus Sibira, Patrick Sembuya, Richard Wandyaka, James Otim, Timothy Douglas Owori, Jean Pierre Muhindo Kambale (Hakim Magombe), Hamis Tibita
Paul Mujampwani (G.K), Patrick Crespo Asiku, Shaka Ssozi, Faizo Muledhu, Fred Agandu, Adam Musisi
Dauda Were (Manager), Kefa Kisala (Head coach), Peter Onen (Assistant Coach), Eric Kaluya (Team Doctor), Bright Asec (Official)
Ashadu Bugembe (G.K), Julius Kizito (Solomon Walusimbi), Richard Ayiko, Silvester Okello, Maxwell Okello, Felix Okot, Yahaya Luuti, Pius Obuya (Emmanuel Olinga), Alex Wogalo, Abdallah Ssenyonga, Ivan Wani
Eric Dhaira (G.K), Solomon Wol, Junior Amanya, Wasswa Bate, William Kibi
Mohammed Ssefuma (Manager), Asaph Mwebaze (Head coach), Yusuf “Mutenda” Kyambadde (Assistant Coach), Nansikombi (Team Doctor), Rogers Ken Tezigwa (Official)
Wednesday, 2nd May 2018:
- SC Villa Jogoo Vs Kirinya-Jinja S.S – Masaka Recreational Stadium (4:30 pm)
- Masavu Vs Mbarara City – Fisheries Training Institute, Entebbe (4:30 pm)
- Onduparaka Vs URA – Green Light Stadium, Arua (4:30 pm)