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StarTimes FBL: Blacks Power secure top spot after Kataka slip

Mpade Reagan celebrates after netting against Kitara | Courtesy photo

The StarTimes FUFA Big League first round ended on Sunday evening with five entertaining fixtures.

Blacks Power ended first round top of the log after Kataka slipped again.

Here is a wrap of the last five fixtures of 2021/22 first round.

Starting off in Mukono, Kataka FC slipped again after they lost 4-2 to Kyetume FC at the Nakisunga Ssaza Grounds.

On-form Kaye Ezra got a brace while Dan Birikwalira and David Oyedda added one each to help the Slaughterers secure maximum points over Kataka.

Nandala Nasulu netted one of the two goals for Kataka while the other was got from a Birikwalira own goal.

With the loss, Kataka slip down to second place on the log with 18 points in 10 games played, while Kyetume are a point below in third place.

Blacks Power moved top of the log after they defeated Luwero United 3-0 at the Kosovo ground in Luwero.

Ronnie Beroghan, Mike Siwu and James Okiror were on target to help Blacks Power move to 18 points in 10 games.

They have a better goal difference than Kataka, who are also on 19 points.

In fourth sits Maroons FC who defeated sub-less Nyamityobora 4-0 at the Prisons grounds in Luzira.

Emmanuel Olinga got a brace while Fred Amaku and Abraham Tusubira found the back of the net for Maroons.

Calvary now occupies fifth spot on the log with 16 points after they drew 1-all with MYDA FC at the King George IV Memorial Stadium, Tororo.

Adriko Nazir broke the deadlock early on in the game for Calvary before Mustafa Kasolo leveled matters for MYDA in the second half.

MYDA finish the first round bottom of the log with only five points.

At the Masindi Stadium, Mpade Reagan netted a brace as Ndejje University defeated Kitara 3-1 to finish first round in sixth with 15 points.

Vicent Abigaba netted the other goal for Ndejje while Richard Enjama got Kitara’s consolation.

The story is being updated…

Kamardin Shero
Senior sports Editor at The Touchline Sports | Am down to earth person with a great heart of always wanting to assist where possible.

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