FUFA Women Elite League: ‘Ruthless’ Amuria High School Outwit Hapless St. Peters To Remain Top Of Group C

FUFA Women Elite League: ‘Ruthless’ Amuria High School Outwit Hapless St. Peters To Remain Top Of Group C

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By Denis Turyahebwa 

Amuria High School Women Football Club showed no mercy for new comers St. Peters WFC from Apac District as they obliterated them on match day 2 of Group C in the FUFA Women Super League.

A dominant display saw Amuria High School register the biggest win at the tournament so far. They won 8-1 to remain top of the log on 2 wins in as many games.

Despite St. Peters looking an improved side in the first half, they finally gave up and ran out of steam in the second stanza.

Captain Emmanuela Akoel gave Amuria High School the lead but St. Peters who competed favourably draw matters level through skipper Dollica Aceng.

Amuria High School regained their lead at the death of the clock in the first half when Rehema Akurut headed home from close range.

It should be noted that Akurut didn’t start the game and came off the bench in the 32nd minute.

The second half was largely one-way traffic with Amuria High School scoring for fun.

Captain Akoel added one goal to take her goal tally to four and go top on the scorers’ chart.

Grace Nasongo grabbed a second half hat trick to earn a perfect birthday gift.

Grace Nasongo receives her match ball after scoring a hat trick. The other goals were scored by Polline Anyakun and Rukia Aringo to complete the rout.

 

Amuria High School WFC is all but through to the Quarterfinals. They need to avoid a heavy defeat to Vision WFC in their final group game on Sunday.

On the other hand, Ajax Queens who won 1-0 against Vision WFC have to score as many goals against St. Peters SS.

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