BUL FC 1-2 Express FC
Wakiso Giants FC 1-3 SC Villa
Vipers SC 2-0 Blacks Power
Despite failng to finish the game with 11 men, Express FC completed a double over the Eastern Giants away at the FUFA technical Centre, Njeru.
The game ended 2-1 with both the Red Eagles’ goals coming in from Boban Zirintunsa and Anwar Ntege the consolation goal for BUL was netted by goalkeeper Abdul Kimera.
Zirintunsa gave the visitors a lead in the opening 10 minutes of the game through a good header from a corner and forward Anwar Ntege doubled the lead 20 minutes later, ten before the break as he got on the end of a Arthur Kiggundu’s well taken free kick.
Thirteen minutes into the second half, Ntege was sent off after an elbow on BUL FC player from the corner an action that set the player into commotion in the BUL penalty area.
Later on in the game where Express thought they were taking home a clean sheet, a Richard Ayiko shot in added time was deflected by goalkeeper Abdul Kimera helped BUL FC bag a consolation goal.
The Wankulukuku side have now made it six wins this season and won back to back league games after a bad run this season.
This has put them in 10th position on the log with 25 points in place of Solitilo Bright Stars
For BUL FC they have deemed their title hopes after failing to clinch a league win in the second round since their win against Maroons in December.
In the other game, SC Villa continued their fine run in form as they thumped Wakiso Giants away at the Kabaka Kyabaggu.
The game ended 3-1 in favor of the visitors with goals from Umar Lutalo twenty eight(28) minutes into the game and a seven minute brace in the second half through Charles Bbaale.
Meaning SC Villa stay top of the log, six points clear of KCCA FC who have three games in hand including one they are playing on Sunday against UPDF FC.
In the last game of day, Vipers comfortably humbled an off form Blacks Power 2-0 under the floodlights at the St Mary’s Stadium in Kitende.
Nine minutes into the game, Karim Ndugwa opened up his Vipers SC account, scoring his maiden goal for the venoms after a brilliant ball from left back Isa Mubiru and a flick from Yunus Sentamu .
Martin Kizza put in the second with just a minute left to half time to put Vipers’ lead into safe arms.
In the second half, there wasn’t much to play for but put the icing on the cake since Blacks Power didn’t to create enough chances on the day to hurt the Venoms.
Vipers climb to third position with 32 points, two clear of BUL FC who drop to fourth with four games in hand.
For Blacks Power, they remain in 14th with 16 points , three above bottom side Onduparaka FC who play Busoga United on Monday.