Tuesday, November 30 Results
*Busoga United 0-1 Arua Hill
*Mbarara City 1-0 SC Villa
*Onduparaka 1-1 Express
*Tooro United 2-4 UPDF FC
*URA FC 0-0 Police
*Wakiso Giants 4-2 Bright Stars
Alfred Leku scored the all important goal as Arua Hill picked maximum points against Busoga United in a league game played at Njeru on Tuesday.
The forward, who was returning from suspension, struck in the 62nd minute as his side picked maximum points away from home.
Playing at home, Busoga once again failed to live to their best as they barely scared a well composed Arua Hill defence.
In the opening exchanges, it was a closely contested affair as both teams tried to settle into the game.
The only best chance at half time fell to the visitors, but Rashid Toha headed wide off a well taken free kick by left back Richard Matovu.
At the restart, the two sides started opening up, in an end to end game but it was the Visitors who got off the mark first.
With two minutes past the hour mark, Leku found himself unmarked and he made no mistake to put the ball into the back of the net. His goal could later turn out to be the winner for his side.
In the closing stages, despite Busoga launching various attacks to level matters, Mbabazi’s charges held on to pick the needed result and as well returned to winning ways.
Arua Hill, who pick their second away win this season move to the 8th position with 10 points after Seven games played. (W3, L3, D1).
For Busoga United, they suffer their fourth loss in the season and they remain on seven points out of their opening seven games. (W2, L4, D1).
What Next- Arua Hill will welcome Tooro United on Sunday 5th December at the Barifa Stadium in Arua City while Busoga United will be away to Bul FC on Tuesday next week.
How they Started
Busoga United- Nantam Michael Gk, Onzima Peter, Bithum Douglas ,Basoga Derrick, Mwere Nicholas, Elvis Ngonde, Mulanda Sunday, Ssekulima Paul, Mayanja Anthony , Wagoina Isaac, Anwaru Ntege Mustafa
Arua Hill SC – Rogers Omedwa GK, Richard Matovu, Bright Vuni, Toha Rashid, Geriga Atendele, Ibrahim Faizul, Ndihabwe David, Mugalu Allan, Sharif Ssaaka, Robert Eseru, Alfred Leku