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Balinya bangs brace, Jamal’s Al Hilal bows out- How Uganda professionals fared over the weekend

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Juma Balinya in celebrations after netting his second goal| courtesy photo

In Kenya, Juma Balinya scored two full debut goals as Gor Mahia cruised 3-0 past Nzoia Sugar to send the K’Ogalo boys on top of the Kenya Premier League Table with 44 points

Jamal Salim played fulltime as his side Al Hilal were knocked out of the CAF Champions League after playing out to a 1-1 draw with Egyptian giants Al Ahly

Robert Odongkora was an unused substitute as his team Horoya AC stormed the quarter finals of CAF Champions League after defeating Al Nasr 2-0 away from home.

Denis Onyango was in goal for Mamelodi Sundowns in a match they won  1-0  against Wydad Casablanca at home to secure a slot in the quarter finals of the competition.

Denis Onyango in action for his side| courtesy photo

In Israel Premier League, defender Timothy Awany played the full 90 minutes  as Ashdod played to a goalless draw at home with M.Netanya FC. Ashdod remained 10th on a log of 14 teams with 22 points garnered in 21 games.

Midfielder Moses Waiswa was in the starting lineup for SuperSport United and later withdrawn in the 61st minute as they suffered a 1-0 away defeat to Golden Arrows at the Sugar Ray Xulu Stadium

Moses Waiswa in action for his side Vs Golden Arrow |Courtesy photo

Wide Winger Kizito Luwaga started for side Kfar-saba before being withdrawn in the 61st minute as they won 1-0 away from home to M.Haifa in the Israel Premier League at Sammy Ofer Stadium.

Left back Alex Kakuba played full minutes for his side Cova Piedade in the Portugal Liga Pro as they suffered a 2-1 defeat to Feirense

Kakuba Alex in action | Courtesy Photo

Joseph Ochaya featured in TP Mazembe’s 3-1 win over Zambia’s Zesco United in the last group game of the CAF Champions League at Stade TP Mazembe to storm the quarter finals of the competition

Ochaya helped his team progress to the Knockout stages

Isaac Muleme came in as substitute later in the second half in FK Viktoria Zizkov’s 2-1 home win against FK Varnsdorf in the Czech Republic top tier League to go sixth on the table

Muleme Isaac in action for FK Viktoria Žižkov recently | Courtesy photo


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