John Wesley Kisakye strikes a penalty past MYDA goalkeeper Isaac Okware Osikol at Uganda Clays playground, Kajjansi (Credit: David Isabirye)

Stanbic Uganda Cup 2021-2022 (Round of 64):

Wednesday, January 19, 2022 Results:

  • Kajjansi United 3-0 Malaba Youth Development Association (MYDA)
  • Seeta United 1-3 Tepa
  • Kiyinda Boys 0-1 Wakiso Giants

Buganda region club Kajjansi United humbled FUFA Big League side Malaba Youth Development Association (MYDA) 3-0 during the round of 64 in the Stanbic Uganda Cup at the re-greened Uganda Clays playground, Kajjansi on Wednesday, January 19, 2022.

John Wesley “Neymar” Kisakye struck a brace and Joseph “Big League” Shisha added the other for the dominant home side before a reason cheerful crowd.

Kisakye gave the “Ababumbi” the lead through a well struck penalty past goalkeeper Isaac Okware Osikol in the 12th minute.

The former Lweza, Entebbe and Nyamityobora forward placed the ball to goalie Okware’s left as he dived the wrong way.

The penalty was awarded by referee Vincent Kavuma after a foul by defender Brandy Lojum on the immensely gifted Marvin Nyanzi in the forbidden area.

Marvin Nyanja chest controls a high ball as defender Brandy Lojum closes by (Credit: David Isabirye)

Ssisha tapped home from close range on the hour mark after enterprising donkey work by captain Farouk Musisi on the left flank.

The final goal arrived with 10 minutes to play, Kisakye stabbing the home following a goal melee.

Ssisha would have easily made it four with his would be brace but the wood-work prevented the effort.

Kajjansi United who had only one substitute player (Ismail Kazibwe) makes it to the round of 32 stage where they are guaranteed of at least Shs 2,000,000.

Joseph Ssisha takes on Deo Mulondo (left) during an athletic battle (Credit: David Isabirye)

In the other results on the same day, North East regional side Tepa humbled Seeta United 3-1 at the Paul Mukasa Primary School playground in Mukono.

Veteran forward Julius Ogwanga, formerly at Express among other clubs scored a brace with Juma Valentino Tandema adding the other.

Elsewhere, top tier club Wakiso Giants edged Buganda regional side Kiyinda Boys 1-0 at the Ssaza ground in Mityana.

Moses Aliro Okabo, formerly at Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) scored the all-important goal.

 The round of 64 continues on Thursday, 20th January 2022 with a single fixture.

Bushenyi Veterans host Uganda Premier League out-fit Police at the Bushenyi main stadium.

Paints gurus Kansai Plascon and banking institution Stanbic Bank are the tournament sponsors.

Kajjansi United XI Vs MYDA (Credit: David Isabirye)

Team Line Ups:

Kajjansi United XI: Yusuf Nfumu (G.K), Ronald Kizito, Mike Kyeyune, Ivan Kakumba, Ashraf Mbaziira, Joel Sserungoji, Marvin Nyanzi, Joseph Ssisha, John Wesley Kisakye, Farouk Musisi (Captain), Solomon Tumusiime

Sub: Ismail Kazibwe

Head coach: Patrick Kimuli

Assistant coaches: Ryan “Bosingwa” Bukenya, Sudir Kyambadde, Gavin Kasule

Kajjansi United team officials (Credit: David Isabirye)
MYDA XI Vs Kajjansi United (Credit: David Isabirye)

MYDA XI: Isaac Okware Osikol (Captain), Deo Mulondo, Daniel Okolongo, Brandy Lojum, Kenneth Katende, Musa Kasimba, Vincent Kayizzi Walugembe (Captain), Mark Madanda, Samuel Kaddu, Geofrey Sserunkuma, Bashir Oni

Subs: Salim Sowedi (G.K), Mustafa Kasolo

Part of the crowd above the MYDA team bench (Credit: David Isabirye)

Coach: Ivan Oron

Center Referee: Vincent Kavuma

Kajjansi United and MYDA captains toss the coin to determine the sides before kick off (Credit: David Isabirye)
Match officials with the Kajjansi United and MYDA captains moments before kick off at Uganda Clays playground, Kajjansi (Credit: David Isabirye)

Other Results:

Cash Structure:

  • Winners – UGX 50M
  • Runners Up – UGX 25M
  • Semifinalists – UGX 12M
  • Quarterfinalists – UGX 6M
  • Round of 16 – UGX 3M
  • Round of 32 – UGX 2M
First assistant referee Namazzi happily on duty during the Kajjansi United home contest against MYDA at Uganda Clays playground, Kajjansi (Credit: David Isabirye)

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

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