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UPL: Sserunkuma keeps intact KCCA’s 100% win start

Sserunkuma was the hero in Tuesday's UPL games. UPL PHOTO
Sserunkuma was the hero in Tuesday’s UPL games. UPL PHOTO


Soana 3 Saints 1
Sadolin 0 Villa 2
Vipers 4 Police 0
Brightstars 2 Ondumparaka 0
JMC Hippos 0 Kirinya 0
Lweza 0 KCCA 1
Proline 1 Express 1

It was hardly a cute display from defending champions, KCCA, but the Lugogo side won’t care much after Geoffrey Sserunkuma’s solitary goal preserved their 100 per cent winning start to the season.

Manager Mike Mutebi’s side edged Lweza 1-0 at Wankulukuku on Tuesday to make it two wins in as many games in the Azam Uganda Premier League (UPL).

But it took a brilliant close range header from veteran striker Geoffrey Sserunkuuma on 58 minutes for KCCA to get their first ever league win in five attempts over a spirited Lweza.

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Soana 3-1 The Saints (click here)

Soana picked their first maximum points of the season with a 3-1 victory over the Saints at Kavumba on Tuesday. Ssebagala Kamada helped himself to a brace and Patrick Asiko grabbed the other as Sam Ssimbwa won his first game in charge of Soana since replacing Charles Ayiekoh, who through in the towel over a week ago.

Sadolin Paints 0-2 SC Villa

SC Villa got out of the blocks of Tuesday following a 2-0 victory over Sadolin Paints at Bugembe Stadium in Jinja. Tabu Vitalis and Mike Sserumaga scored the Jogoos goals as Deo Sserwadda got his first victory as Villa coach since coming replacing Ibrahim Kirya in the offseason.

Vipers 4-0 Police

Vipers finally got out of the blocks on Tuesday, hammering Police 4-0 at Nakivubo to go second in the Azam Uganda Premier League standings with four points. They trail leaders KCCA by two after as many games.

Bright Stars 2-0 Onduparaka

Newcomers Onduparaka tested their first hurdle of the Azam Premier League (UPL), falling 2-0 to Bright Stars in Matugga on Tuesday.

Fred Segujja and Seifu Batte scored for coach Fred Kajoba’s side as they picked their first victory in the Azam Uganda Premier League (UPL).

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