By Samuel Opio
StarTimes Uganda Premier League
KCCA FC 3-1 Ndejje University FC
Onduparaka FC 2-1 Paidah Black Angels FC
Bright Stars FC 1-1 Bul FC
Kirinya JSS FC 1-0 Express FC
Mbarara City FC 1-1 URA FC
Tooro United 2-1 Nyamityobora FC
KCCA FC thrashed new comers Ndejje University on Saturday to go four points clear on the StarTimes Uganda premier league.
The game was delayed before Kick-off after the visitors arrived late but despite threats for the fixture being postponed, it kicked off any way.
Despite the home side enjoying the Lion’s share of possession, they could not bleach Ndejje’s resistance in the first 45 minutes and referee of the year, Brian Nsubuga sent both sides into the break dead-locked at 0-0.
Nine minutes into the second half, Muzamir Mutyaba who was returning from injury gave Mike Mutebi’s side the lead and you could feel the relief around Lugogo.
However, their lead lasted only 10 minutes before Ndejje equalized through Anwar Ntege.
The goal only ignited KCCA to go forward and scored two quick goals in a space of four minutes to seal the game.
First it was Muwadda Mawejje who struck on 73 minutes to restore the Kasasiros’ lead and then young-star Steven Sserwadda made the points safe with his first of the season on 77 minutes.
The victory took KCCA onto 24 points, four ahead of Onduparaka FC in second.
For Ndejje, the remained in 14th having accumulated only 7 points from their first 10 games.
In the Arua Derby, Onduparaka required two second half goals to come from a one down and defeat sworn enemies Paidah Black Angels 2-1 at the Green Light Stadium.
Andrew Kidega put the visitors in front on 9 minutes with a well taken strike and despite efforts by Onduparaka to restore purity before the break, Muhammad Kiseka’s side held on to go into the break with a slim one goal advantage.
11 minutes after the break, Gadafi Gadinho equalized for the home side to send the Green Light Stadium into a frenzy.
With 7 minutes on the clock, Ceaser Ochuti scored the winner for Onduparaka and in the process, broke Paidah’s hearts.
Victory for Onduparaka elevated them into second on the log with 20 points after 10 games while Paidah remain bottom on four points.