Robert Ssentongo (red) in action for Kyetume. Courtesy
Sunday, February 2
*Vipers 1-0 Onduparaka
*Express 0-1 Mbarara City
*Proline FC 0-1 Kyetume
*Wakiso Giants 1-1 Bright Stars
Kyetume FC beat Proline 1-0 in a relegation battle played at Startimes Lugogo.
Robert Sssntongo appeared on the score sheet to hand Kyetume maximum points in a highly contested encounter.
The result sees Kyetume, who completed a league double over Proline, jump out of the drop zone.
Ssentongo headed home in the 13th minute at the top left corner from Ali Moses headed pass to put the Slaughters in the lead.
Vicent Kayizzi came close to doubling the lead but his effort was parried out by Shatif Magoola into a corner.
Few minutes after the goal, Proline picked momentum but failed to beat Joel Mutakubwa who made an outstanding save to deny Hamis Kizza.
Mutakubwa also denied Joseph Mandela three times in the first half at close range to garner his man of the match accolade.
In the second Stanza, Proline coach Baker Mbowa Introduced in Rogers Mato and Noordin Bunjo for Brian Umony and Hakim Kiwanuka.
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Mustafa Mujjuzi, who had scored twice from the spot in the recent fixture, came close to levelling matters but his shot hit the woodwork.
A loss leaves Proline stuck at the bottom of the table with 15 points from 20 games and they will be visiting SC Villa in their next fixture.
Kyetume moved out of red zone to 11th on the log with 22 points from 20 games and they will be hosting fired up URA FC in their next fixture.
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Proline FC – Magoola Shatif, James Besiga, Richard Ajuna, Musitafa Mujjuzi, Ibrahim Sendi, Joseph Mandela, Bright Anukani, Brian Umony, Hamis Kizza, Hakim Kiwanuka.
Hassan Matovu, Noordin Bunjo, Ibrahim Wammanah, Ibrhim Bonyo, Rogers Mato, Juma Rmathan, Andrew Okiringi.
Kyetume FC – Joel Mutakubwa, Doe Isejja, Charles Musoke, Jonathan Mugabi, Emmanuel Obua, Julius Lule, Rahmatah Kagimu, Feni Ali Moses, Vicent Kayizzi, Robert Ssentongo, James Ssemabo.
Martin Othieno, Steven Kagoda, Michael Fahe Ange, Noe Nasasira, phillimon Lutaaya, Cephas Kambugu, Denis Lubowa.