SUPL : Onduparaka, Gaddafi Share Spoils As Police And BUL Earn Vital Wins

Tuesday Results

Onduparaka 0-0 Gaddafi


Police FC 4-2 Tooro United

Onduparaka were held by Gaddafi in a goalless draw in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League at Greenlight Stadium on Tuesday March 1.

As early as the 10th minute, Mohammed Shaban nearly gave the hosts the lead through an acrobatic challenge but Paul Mujapwani finger tipped it away.

Two minutes later, Denis Ojara gave Mujapwani more work to do after executing a strong dripping freekick but the custodian punched it out for a corner kick.

Gaddafi’s first chance came in the 22nd minute as Richard Basangwa made a good run past the defenders but his pass to Seif Bate did not yield since the forward was cautioned offside.

The army side’s best opportunity came six minutes past half an hour mark after Frank Mulimi went past two markers but his roving shot parried off the woodwork.

In response, Onduparaka’s midfielder Patrick Sserujogi pulled off a powerful shot on goal but the challenge rattled off the frame.

At the start of the second half, injured Mulimi was replaced Bithum.

The result keeps Gaddafi in the eighth position with 25 points while Onduparaka sit 12th with 18 points after 19 games played.

In the other games, BUL registered a 5-1 win against UPDF in the game played at Kyabazinga Stadium.

BUL’s goals came from Karim Ndugwa, Simon Oketch (brace), Ibrahim Kazindula and Richard Wandyaka while UPDF’s consolation came from Walter Ochora’s own goal.

As Police FC bagged their first win in the second round after a 4-2 victory past Tooro United at MTN Omondi Stadium, Lugogo.

How they lined up:

Onduparaka XI : Micheal Kagiri (Gk), Rogers John, Patrick Matovu, Ahmed Amayo, Denis Ojara, Abasi Katerega, Baden Mujahid, Patrick Sserujogi, Mohammad Shaban, Gabriel Matata, Nathiel Atamba

Gaddafi XI: Paul Mujapwani (Gk), Sula Mpanga, Naziru Serwadda, Bakali Magunda, Isaac Isinde, Franco Onen, Sibira Yunus, Charles Ssebutinde, Frank Mulimi, Richard Basangwa, Seif Bate

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