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FWSL Recap: Asubo Ladies get first point of the season, Queens remain top

  • UCU 2-0 Wakiso Hills
  • Lady Doves 2-2 She Marroons
  • Kampala Queens 2-0 Rinnes WFC
  • Uganda Martyrs 2-2 Asubo Ladies

Asubo Ladies last Saturday managed to get their first point of the season after drawing against Uganda Martyrs Lubaga WFC in their fourth game of the season.

In a game that ended 2-2 at the St Gerald’s stadium Lubaga, Asubo Ladies got early goals through Auki Kigongo’s own goal and a thunderous strike from Zaina Namboozo.

Uganda Martyrs made a quick come back through Moureen Kiiza and Latifah Nakazi ending the half time 2-2 which eventually become the final score of the game.

In the other games played, UCU Lady Cardinals defeated Wakiso Hills 2-0 thanks to goals from Catherine Nakiridde and Ritah Adero.

Defending Champions, Kampala Queens challenged Rines SS WFC 2-0 through the half time goals from Fazila Ikwaput and Zaina Nandede.

In Masindi, Lady Doves drew 2-2 against FUFA Women Elite league champions, She Maroons in a much contested game.

The hosts got their goals through Sumaya Nsisi and Winnie Nabbale while Anita scored a brace for the Luzira based women’s side.

The game between Kawempe Muslims WFC and She Makerere was postponed due to Kawempe having many players who had travelled with the women’s national U20 team (Queen Cranes) to play against Senegal.

In the league of 10 teams, defending Champions, Kampala Queens remain at the top position with 10 points out of four games while Asubo Ladies remain bottom with a point.

Final table after Matchday 4.

In their next games, She Maroons will welcome Uganda Martyrs Lubaga WFC while Lady Doves hope to pay a visit to She Makerere on Saturday 18th November

On Sunday, Kampala Queens will host Kawempe Muslim as Wakiso Hills will play Rinnes WFC. For UCU Lady Cardinals will face the struggling Asubo Ladies at the Kampala Quality playground.

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