FUFA Juniors League | Thursday, 6th June 2019

  • KCCA FC 7-0 Police Armless Brigade
  • Paidha Black Angels JT 1-1 URA FC JT
  • Mbarara City JT 0-0 Express FC JT
  • Kirinya Jinja SS JT 0-1 Bright Stars JT
  • Vipers JT (Walkover against Onduparaka JT)
  • BUL JT (Walkover against Tooro United JT)
  • SC Villa Jogoo (Walkover against Nyamityobora JT)
  • Ndejje University 1-1 Maroons JT

KCCA Soccer Academy maintained their grip at the top of the table in Treble Group with a dominant display against Police Armless Brigade on Thursday.

A perfect day out for the KCCA Junior Team saw them outwit hapless Junior cops with a 7-0 score in the game played at StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo.

Lethal forward Sadat Anaku who has been top scorer for the last two seasons continued with his scoring spree netting a hat trick in the game.

The treble elevated his goal tally to 26 this season, ten ahead of second-placed Lawrence Tezikya of Kirinya Jinja SS.

Diminutive midfielder Nicholas Luzige scored a brace while Joseph Kiiza Bukenya and Sunday Opio added a goal each to complete the rout.

The victory meant KCCA SA remained top in Treble group on 48 points, four ahead of Vipers JT who earned a walkover against Onduparaka JT.

Onduparaka JT failed to travel to St. Mary’s stadium.

This is the second time they are failing to travel with the other being the game against KCCA SA.

There were two more walkovers registered on Thursday with Tooro United failing to honour their fixture away to BUL JT and Nyamityobora not turning up at Villa Park to take on SC Villa Jogoo JT.

Efforts to reach the FUFA Youth development officer Bashir Mutyaba to have a comment about the failure of teams to honour games seemed futile.

Maximum points for BUL JT ensured they also remained top in hat trick group on 41 points four ahead of Mbarara City JT who were held to a goalless draw by Express FC JT.

Ndejje University and Maroons JT also shared spoils with the game ending in a one all draw.

Elsewhere, Bright Stars won on the road against Kirinya Jinja SS courtesy of Shafic Kakande’s goal.

Joel Muyita

Joel Muyita is a senior staff writer at Kawowo Sports.

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  1. Are the teams that fail to meet their fixtures penalised? Bcoz tz too much Joel.

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