Friday, December 10
Tooro United 1-3 BUL FC
KCCA 3-1 Police FC
Gaddafi 2-1 SC Villa
Bright Stars 0-0 Arua Hill SC
BUL FC climbed to the second position after their 3-1 win against Tooro in a league game held at the Buhinga Stadium in Fort Portal.
First half goals from Ibrahim Kazindula, Walter Ochora and Ibrahim Nsimbe ensured that Alex Isabirye’s men picked a second consecutive win away from home.
Marvin Oshaba scored the only goal for Tooro as they suffered another defeat in the season.
Playing at home, the hosts earned a perfect Start after Oshaba put them ahead in the 7th minute, scoring from the spot.
However, despite falling first, BUL showed composure, started launching various attacks and it paid off with three goals before the interval.
In the 15th minute, Kazindula levelled matters for the Visitors to put them back into the game.
BUL who had put five past Busoga United, continued with their search for another and it paid off with two more.
In the 28th minute, Ochora made it two before Nsimbe scored the third at the stroke of half time and the game was all but done before the interval.
The second half saw a limited chances as Bul had already done enough in the first half to walk away with maximum points away from home.
Victory saw Bul FC climb to second with 20 points after ten games, six points below current leaders KCCA, who beat Police FC by 3-1 on the same day.
For Tooro United, they suffer their eigth loss in the season and are second from bottom on the log with only four points after ten games played. (L8, D1, W1).
What Next- BUL will host Bright Stars next week on Friday at the Kyabazinga Stadium in Bugembe while Tooro will be up against Vipers at Kitende the Following day.
Tooro United – Oluka Williams, Murungi Rogers, Ssegonja Ponsiano, Lubanjwa Gerald, Kayondo Ronald, Mwanje Hussein, Oshaba Marvin, Nsubuga Mark, Mutoni Abdul Majid, Mubiru Ronald
BUL FC – Saidi Keni GK, Richard Ayiko, Douglas Muganga, Walter Ochora, Pascal Ngobi, Fredson Gwoto, Hilary Onek, Richard Wandyaka, Ibrahim Kazindula, Ibrahim Nsimbe, Musa Esenu