Tuesday, April 27th
*URA FC 2-0 Mbarara City
*Kitara 4-2 Kyetume
*SC Villa 1-1 BUL FC
*Busoga United 0-0 UPDF FC
Kitara FC came back from a goal down to beat Kyetume FC 4-2 in a game UPL game played in Masindi on Tuesday.
Forward Nathan Oloro scored four goals for the bottom side in what is without a doubt their finest display since they were promoted to the top tier.
Midfielder Nicholas Kasozi and striker Sharif Saaka netted for the visitors.
Kyetume who missed a penalty early in the game, had to finish the game with 10 men after goalkeeper Joel Mutakubwa was sent off at halftime.
Inside the opening two minutes, Kyetume were awarded a penalty but veteran striker Robert Ssentongo failed to find the back of the net.
However, Nicholas Kasozi handed them an early lead in the 15 minutes to ease the pressure on Ssentongo.
On 32, Oloro levelled matters for visitors with the first of his four goals on the day, dispatching a penalty.
Inside the five minutes added onto the first half, Mutakubwa was shown a straight red card and midfielder Feni Ali was sacrificed, enabling Mathew Othieno to take the vacant spot in-between the posts.
Seven minutes into the second half, Kitara were awarded another penalty and Oloro once again obliged to net past Othieno and hand the hosts their first lead of the contest.
Kyetume looked not to have been fazed by the circumstances as Saaka equalised just two minutes past the hour mark.
However, Oloro was not done as yet, scoring twice in a space of nine minutes and hand Kitara three points.
Despite the win, Kitara remain bottom of the log with just eight points from 21 games.
Kyetume stay in 14th with 19 points and the loss is a major blow to their survival hopes.
In their next league fixtures, Kitara host Busoga United while Kyetume play away to MYDA FC.
Iva AKera (GK), Phillip Sempiira, Patrick Mugume, Musa Doca, Rodgers Lwebuga, Yasin Mubiru, Zakayo Kizito, Patrick Kusemererwa, Nathan Oloro, Daniel Ekoyu, Edison Agondeze
Joel Mutakubwa (GK),Julius Ntambi, Musitafa Mujuzi, Richard Matovu, Latif Kiyemba, Julius Lule, Nicholas Kasozi, Feni Ali Moses, Sharif1 Saaka, Robert Ssentongo, Steven Kabuye