David Isabirye | Kawowo Sports Nelson Senkatuka scores one of his five goals against Paidha Black Angels (Photo: Bright Stars FC Media)

Uganda Premier League 2018/19 (Match Day 30 Results):

  • Bright Stars 6-1 Paidha Black Angels
  • SC Villa 6-0 Nyamityobora
  • KCCA 6-1 Maroons
  • Mbarara City 2-0 Police
  • Vipers 1-0 BUL
  • Onduparaka 0-0 Express
  • Kirinya-Jinja S.S 0-0 Ndejje University
  • Tooro United 0-0 URA

Nelson ‘Nelly’ Senkatuka carries a demi-god status at the Champions Stadium, in Mwererwe.

Senkatuka is not only Bright Stars’ captain, but also a respectable leader who executes his duties diligently in a timely manner, by example and without fear or favour.

As the 2018/19 season climaxed, Senkatuka showed he is class above the ordinary with five goals to his name as an individual in the 6-1 demolition of relegated Paidha Black Angels.

The former KCCA and Proline forward scored the first goal after just 4 minutes into the game.

He then added the others in the 8th, 24th, 56th and 64th minutes before James Angu sealed their comprehensive victory.

Paidha Black Angels’ consolation was scored by Jackson Nsubuga.

No doubt, Senkatuka majestically smiled back home with the man of the match accolade and Shs 100,000 cash reward.

Senkatuka completes the season with 16 goals, only three shy from the league top scorer, Juma Balinya of Police.

The massive win helped Bright Stars ascend two places to 8th on the 16 team log with 41 points, same as Kirinya-Jinja S.S but the former has a better goal difference.

David Isabirye | Kawowo Sports Bright Stars XI Vs Paidha Black Angels (Photo: Bright Stars FC Media)
David Isabirye | Kawowo Sports Paidha Black Angels XI Vs Bright Stars
  • Center Referee: Shamilla Nabadda
  • Assistant Referee 1: Lydia Nantabo
  • Assistant Referee 2: Jane Mutonyi
  • Fourth Official: Henry Byaruhanga
  • Referee Assessor: Kassim Magoola
David Isabirye | Kawowo Sports Team captains with the match referees prior to kick off


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