Wednesday, December 30
*Busujju 1-2 Busiro
*Buvuma 1-2 Kyaggwe
Buvuma head coach Shadrack Nsobya is still positive despite a slow start at the ongoing Masaza Cup in Njeru.
Buvuma lost 2-1 to Kyaggwe, their second loss from as many.
Bruno Bunyaga’s strike in the 64th minute proved to be a consolation for Buvuma after Ronald Obele and Hussein Ssenoga had drove Kyaggwe in-front.
“We had a strong start and created some good chances which we failed to put away,” Nsobya said after Wednesday’s loss.
Buvuma came into the game on the back of a 7-0 loss to Busiro on Monday, December 28.
“We had made our corrections from the first game and we we were welcoming a player back,” he added before explaining:
“Kyaggwe used their chances very well and we conceded in the fourth minute, we did the same mistake again and conceded the second goal.
“After we scored the first goal, we had many chances to equalise which we missed and failed to get a point out of the game.
“We will comeback stronger in our next third game despite our chances of qualifying being very slim at the moment.”
Buvuma are rooted at the bottom of the Bulange group without a point from two games and will have to win their two remaining games to have a chance.
They face Buwekula on Friday before Busujju five days later.
Table Standings – Bulange Group:
- Busiro (2 games) – 6 pts
- Buwekula (1 game) – 3 pts
- Kyaggwe (2 games) – 3 pts
- Busujju (1 game) – 0
- Buvuma (2 games) – 0
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