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Intense race set to unfold in the FUFA Women Super League


The FUFA Women’s Super League is witnessing an enthralling horse race between two powerhouses – Kawempe Muslim Lady Football Club and Kampala Queens Football Club – as they battle for supremacy atop the league standings after a gripping matchday 6.

Kawempe Muslim sits comfortably at the league summit with an unbeaten record after five games, securing four wins and a draw against She Maroons Football Club.

Their recent dominant displays, including a resounding 5-0 victory over Wakiso Hills Women Football Club, showcase their formidable strength.

Agnes Nabukenya and Yudaya Nakayenze celebrating their second goal against Wakiso Hill.

Notably, their assertive 2-0 triumph over Kampala Queens further cements their position as title contenders, currently leading the table based on a superior goal difference of 9, level on points (13) with Kampala Queens.

In hot pursuit, Kampala Queens, occupying the second spot, have accumulated 13 points but have played one game more than Kawempe.

Kampala Queens team versus Lady Doves.

Their sole defeat came against Kawempe, and they notably secured a crucial away victory over Lady Doves with a 2-0 scoreline in Masindi.

Catherine Nagadya celebrating her goal.

To retain their championship, Kampala Queens will need to triumph in their remaining fixtures, including a crucial return leg against Kawempe, while also hoping for slip-ups from their rivals.

With a return fixture in mind, the immediate eyes will be turned to the home game against Makerere University WFC on Wednesday 10th January, one that was earlier slated to be played before.

Meanwhile, the league’s relegation battle intensifies with Asubo Ladies Football Team languishing at the bottom with 4 points from 10 games.

Asubo Gafford during their game against Rines SS.

Wakiso Hills, recently promoted, and Riness Women Football Club, alongside UCU Lady Cardinals, are tightly positioned with 5 points each.

Lady Doves and Makerere University WFC are in close contention with 6 points apiece, vying to secure a safer position in the mid-table.

Agnes Nabukenya’s stellar performance for Kawempe Muslims stands out, leading the goal-scoring charts with five goals, exemplifying her pivotal role in their attacking line.

Nabukenya celebrating her goal against Kampala Queens.

Following closely are She Maroons FC’s Jackline Adong and Lillian Kasuubo, both with four goals each, highlighting their crucial contributions to their team’s competitiveness.

In the FUFA Women Elite League, She Corporates dominates the standings, boasting an unbeaten record in six games, collecting 18 points and a remarkable goal difference of 14.

She Corporates team.

FC Tooro Queens closely trail with 13 points, maintaining a competitive edge in the league.

However, at the lower end of the table in the FUFA Women Elite League, Isra Academy Dynamic SS and Jjeza FC find themselves in a challenging position, both with only two points from six games, battling to avoid relegation.

As the league progresses, the thrilling encounters and competitive performances promise an exhilarating journey towards crowning the champions and determining the teams fighting for survival in both the FUFA Women’s Super League and the FUFA Women Elite League.

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