Saturday, October 26
*Express Vs KCCA – postponed
*Mbarara 1-0 Vipers
Sunday, October 27
*Tooro 1-3 Busoga
*Bright Stars 1-0 Police
*SC Villa 1-1 BUL
*Wakiso 2-2 URA
*onduparaka 0-1 Maroons
*Kyetume 2-1 Proline
The fifth edition of the FUFA Juniors League kicked off on the weekend.
On Saturday, two time champions Vipers lost away to Mbarara City with Davis kakaire’s goal proving to the difference.
Defending champions BUL junior team and SC Villa shared spoils at IUIU Campus in Kabojja.
BUL who beat KCCA 3-0 on June 29, 2019 to win the fourth edition were favourites to win the game and had gained enough confidence after beating Goodheart FC 6-1 at Namayiba playground last weekend in a preparatory game.
Habib Oloya gave Villa a 1-0 lead before the break before Jarieko James scored from the penalty after a handball in the forbidden area in the 64th minute to secure a point for Dan Kabale Bamwogereiza team.
Sunday Owachgiu’s goal handed Maroons maximum points against Onduparaka in Arua.
Debutants Kyetume Junior team beat proline Soccer Academy 2-1 at home with Mukalazi innocent and John Remo scoring for the young slaughters while Tyson Tugume’s goal proved to be a consolation.
Wakiso Giants’ Habib Oloya scored a brace as his side shared spoils with URA. Hudson Otim and Alex Mulindwa (OG) were on target for URA.
Bright stars put one past Police Armless Brigades thanks to Ivan Irinimbabazi’s strike.
Busoga united scored the highest number of goals on match day one; Edrine Mukisa, Asiki Chrispus and Isma Mugulusi scored in a three 3-1 win against Tooro. George Isingoma scored for Tooro.
KCCA game against Express was called off to enable KCCA’s parent club have adequate preparations in the CAF Confederation Cup.
The league will return on Sunday, November 3.
*Tooro Vs Mbarara City
*Wakiso Vs Maroons
*Police Vs Onduparaka
*Proline Vs BUL
*KCCA Vs Bright Stars
*URA Vs Express
*SC Villa Vs Vipers
*Busoga Vs Kyetume