FUFA Big League

StarTimes FBL: Calvary subjects Kyetume to first defeat as Proline secure maiden victory

Ainamani celebrates after leveling matters for Ndejje.

The StarTimes FUFA Big League Match day four resumed on Thursday evening with four highly contested fixtures across the Pearl of Africa.

Kyetume were subjected to a first loss while Proline secured their maiden victory of the season.

Here is a wrap of the four FUFA Big League games played on Thursday evening.

Starting off at the Nakisunga Stadium, Mukono, Calvary FC came from a goal down to hand Kyetume FC their first loss of the season.

The Westnile side defeated the Slaughterers 2-1 in Mukono.

Kaye Ezera opened the scoring for Kyetume in the 20th minute while Kilama Dickens levelled matters for Calvary in the 25th minute before Nelson Opiyo secured victory for the West Nile side midway the closing half.

The defeat means Kyetume drop to fourth place on the log with seven points in 4 games while Calvary move out of the relegation zone and now has five points in sixth.

In the game played at the Kosovo playground in Kasana, Luwero, Proline secured their maiden victory of the 2021/22 FUFA Big League season after they defeated Luwero United 2-0.

Alpha Thiery Ssali and Hakim Kiwanuka were on target for Proline in a game that saw both teams finish with 10-men.

Yusuf Mukisa was sent off for Proline while Joseph Nkabirwa got sent off for Luwero.

Proline now move out of the relegation zone as they have four points in four games while Luwero move joint bottom with only three points.

In Mbale, Defender Onziku Joel Baba netted the lone goal as Kataka FC defeated Maroons by a goal to nil.

Onziku’s goal came in the 11th minute of the game, moments after Fred Amaku had rattled the crossbar for Maroons.

Kataka now move to third on the log with seven points garnered in three games.

For Maroons, they drop to 5th on the log with 5 points.

At the Aki-bua Stadium in Lira, Blacks Power held on to defeat Ndejje University 2-1.

Michael Siwu broke the deadlock for Blacks Power from a penalty spot just before the break, Junior Ainamani levelled matters for Ndejje at the restart before Siwu netted the winner for Blacks Power in the 71st minute with a well taken free kick.

At the Masindi Stadium, Kitara FC oozed past Nyamityobora 4-2.

Monday Denis netted twice while Richard Enjama and Owachigiu Maxwell got one each for Kitara.

Nyamityobora drop to bottom with only two points while Kitara move top with seven points in four games.

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