Rogers Mato of Proline celebrates one of their 4 goals against Kigezi Home Boyz Credit: John Batanudde

FUFA Big League 2021 (Match Day 2) – Sunday,28th March 2021

Rwenzori Group:

  • Proline Vs Tooro United – MTN Omondi Stadium, Lugogo (4 PM)
  • Luwero United Vs  Nyamityobora – Kosovo, Kasana – Luwero (4PM)
  • Ndejje University Vs Terrazo and Tiles – Arena of Visions, Ndejje (4 PM)
  • Water Vs Kigezi Home Boyz – Kavumba Recreational Stadium, Wakiso (4 PM)

Elgon Group:

  • Paidha Black Angels Vs Mbale Heroes – Barokoro Stadium, Zombo (4 PM)
  • Gaddafi Vs Maroons – Kyabazinga Stadium, Bugembe (4 PM)

Match day two of the 2021 FUFA Big League resumes on Sunday, 28 March 2021 with 6 games on the menu.

This is continuation of the two matches played on the previous day when Arua Hill ascended the Elgon group summit after a 3-0 win over Mbale Kataka at Barifa ground in Arua city.

Samson Ceaser Okhuti, Allan Mugalu and Alfred Leku were all on target for Arua Hill, a side coached by Hussein Mbalangu.

Arua Hill players celebrate one of their three goals against Mbale Kataka (Credit: Arua Hill SC Media)

On the same day, Blacks Power registered a 1-0 win away to newly promoted side Cavalry at the AbaBet Green Light Stadium in Arua courtesy of James Okiror’s strike.

Four of the games on Sunday will be played in the Rwenzori group and two matches in the Elgon group.

Proline team that beat Kigezi Home Boyz 4-0 at Lugogo Credit: John Batanudde

Proline, 4-0 winners on match day one against Kigezi Home Boyz will eye yet another home win when they take on Edward Golola’s Tooro United at the MTN Omondi Stadium in Lugogo, Kampala.

Under head coach Anthony “Cassano” Bongole, Proline has quite a number of experienced players as Brian Umony, Savio Kabugo, Hamis Kiiza Diego, Noordin Bunjo, Rogers Maato and others for the much needed inspiration.

Anthony Bongole, head coach at Proline Credit: John Batanudde
Action between Proline and Kigezi Home Boyz at the MTN Omondi Stadium Credit: John Batanudde

The three other Rwenzori fixtures will see new comers Luwero United at home against Nyamityobora at the Kosovo arena in Kasana, Luwero.

Ndejje University is at home once again against Western Uganda based Terrazo and Tiles at the Arena of Visions.

Water will host Mark Twinamatisko’s coached Kigezi Home Boyz at Kavumba Recreational Stadium, Wakiso.

Mark Twinamatisko is head coach at Kigezi Home Boyz. He seeks for the first victory Credit: John Batanudde
Kigezi Home Boyz team Credit: John Batanudde

Both teams (Water and Kigezi Home Boyz) are wounded entities of sorts having lost on match day one.

Water fell 2-1 away to Tooro United in Fort Portal whilst Kigezi Home Boyz lost 4-0 to Proline in Kampala.

In the Elgon group, Gaddafi and Maroons lock horns at the Kyabazinga Stadium, Bugembe in Jinja city.

Both Gaddafi and Maroons won their respective opening games on Thursday.

Gaddafi players celebrate their lone goal against Mbale Heroes at the Kyabazinga Stadium in Bugembe

Gaddafi beat Mbale Heroes 1-0 courtesy of Joel Madondo’s goal at Bugembe.

Maroons whose head coach is Charles Ayiekoh Lukula were 3-1 winners against Paidha Black Angels at the Prisons Stadium, Luzira in Kampala.

Frank Ssebaggala, head coach at Gaddafi expects a tricky match but believes his charges will give 100 percent in the match.

“We expect a competitive game against Maroons. We shall bank on the victory over Mbale Heroes for inspiration” Ssebaggala disclosed.

Two wounded sides Paidha Black Angels and Mbale Heroes will face off at the Bar Okoro stadium in Zombo.

Three clubs will be promoted to the 2021-22 Uganda Premier League. Two clubs are promoted directly from the two groups (Elgon and Rwenzori).

The third club is determined via a promotional play-off.

Saturday, 27th March 2021 Results:

  • Arua Hill 3-0 Mbale Kataka
  • Calvary 0-1 Blacks Power

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

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