Buganda XI vs Lango (Photo: FUFA Media)
Ankole goal hero Seiri Aligumaho receives the man of the Match accolade from Owek. Mukwenda Mbalire (Photo: FUFA Media)

2019 FUFA Drum | Matchday 3 Results

  • Buganda 0-1 Ankole
  • Lango 6-1 Sebei
  • West Nile 0-2 Acholi
  • Teso 2-0 Kigezi
  • Bunyoro 1-1 Karamoja
  • Tooro 1-1 Rwenzori
  • Busoga 2-1 Kampala
  • Bukedi 1-1 Bugisu

Matchday three of the 2018 FUFA Drum tournament witnessed the defending champions Buganda Province lose 1-0 to visiting Ankole at the Mityana Ssaza ground.

Seiri Aligumaho’s scored the lone strike in the 70th minute strike.

The defeat not only halted Buganda’s two-match winning run but also meant they missed out on the 100,000 per goal stake from the self-styled businessman – cum- philanthropist Abraham Luzzi.

I want to motivate Buganda Province players by staking an extra Shs 100,000 per goal scored. I also want to encourage our team to score as many goals as possible.

Abraham Luzzi, businessman and football agent

Goal hero Aligumaho was named the man of the match for the good performance, earning a plaque and Shs 100,000 as a cash reward.

Elsewhere, Lango humbled Sebei 6-1 with Allan Okello who had been expected to travel for trials scoring a hat-trick. Joakim Ojera scored two goals and Denis Omodi got the other for the hosts.

Eric Simiyu scored the consolation goal for Sebei. Okello was named the man of the match.

Buganda, Lango, Buganda and Ankole are all tied tied on 6 points while Sebei has no point.

Last year’s finalists West Nile lost their second home game at the Green Light Stadium in Arua, falling 2-0 to Acholi. Tito Okello of Vipers and URA’s Hudu Mulikyi scored in the 44th and 58th minutes respectively. Okello was named man of the match.

In group D, Kigezi province lost to Teso province 2-0. Solomon Okwalinga and Isaac Ogwanga netted for Teso at the Kongunga ground in Bukedea.

Mbarara City and Uganda U-20 midfielder Ivan Eyam was the man of the match.

Ivan Eyam (left) was man of the match (Photo: FUFA Media)

Karamoja picked a vital point away from home, drawing one-all with Bunyoro at the Boma grounds.

Ivan Pulkol’s 29th-minute goal for Karamoja was neutralized by Peter Lomoro in the 58th minute. Karamoja’s goalkeeper Kajoba Rajab was named man of the match.

In Butaleja, Bukedi and Bugisu shared the spoils one all.

Edgar Bwogi scored Bugisu’s goal and Isaac Kisujju got Bukedi’s strike. Kisujju was man of the match.

In Kamuli at the St Joseph Vocational Institute, Richard Wandyaka produced a man of the match performance, scoring twice against 10 man Kampala.

Nelson Senkatuka found Kampala consolation. Geoffrey Lwesibawa was red carded for unsporting conduct.

The Tooro and Rwenzori contest ended one goal apiece at the St Paul Seminary playground in Kabalore.

Rwenzori’s Karim Ramadhan named man of the match.

Tooro and Rwenzori in action

The FUFA Drum is played along the theme ‘celebrating our ancestry’.

Matchday four will be played in June 2019.

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

Join the Conversation


  1. Thanks To FUF for FUFA DRUM TOURNAMENTS. Its making our tallent player to show out to the public the best in them

Leave a comment

Please let us know what you think Cancel reply