FUFA Big League 2021 (Match Day 7 Results)
- Kigezi Home Boyz 2-2 Tooro United
- Terrazo and Tiles 0-1 Nyamityobora
- Ndejje University 1-2 Luwero United
- Gaddafi 1-0 Calvary
- Blacks Power 3-1 Maroons
- Paidha Black Angels 0-2 Arua Hill
- Kataka 1-2 Mbale Heroes
Kigezi Home Boyz recovered from two goals down to earn a point off visiting Tooro United during the 2-all stalemate at the Kabale Municipal Stadium on Sunday, 25 April 2021.
During match day 7 of the FUFA Big League 2021, Tooro United found themselves ahead by two goals inside the first 30 minutes, thanks to a brace by on form forward Marvin Oshaba.
The first of Oshaba’s two goals arrived on 19 minutes and the second goal came after on the half hour mark.
Denis Lubowa pulled a goal back for Kigezi Home Boyz through a well struck penalty after FIFA referee Ronald Madanda pointed to the spot for a handball call.
Henry Mugoya scored the equalizer with 13 minutes to play as Mark Twinamatisko’s side earned a point at home.
During the Mbarara derby, newcomers Terrazo and Tiles fell 1-0 to Nyamityobora at Kakyeka stadium.
Ndejje University fell 2-1 to Luwero United at the Arena of Visions in Luwero.
Henry Musisi scored a brace for Luwero United.
Gaddafi edged newly promoted Calvary 1-0 at the Kyabazinga stadium in Bugembe, Jinja city.
Ronald Obele scored the match winner in the 72nd minute in a match Joel Madondo missed a penalty.
At the Emokori play ground in Bukedea, Blacks Power beat Maroons 3-1. Nigerian born forward Innocent Maduka scored twice and Michael Siwu had the other goal.
Pius Obuya scored the consolation for Maroons who have now lost four games in a row.
Paidha Black Angels completed the first round without any win, falling 2-0 to visiting Arua Hill at the Bar Okoro stadium in Zombo.
Arua Hill maintains the summit position in the Elgon group.
In Mbale city, Kataka lost 2-1 to Mbale Heroes during the Mbale derby played under heavy rains.
Action resumes on Monday, 26th April 2021 with a single game between Proline and Water at the MTN Omondi Stadium, Lugogo.
Three clubs will be promoted to the Uganda Premier League by the close of business of the FUFA Big League.