It is now 3 matches to the break off of the Azam Premier League season as Tuesday 21st November 2017 marked the 12th round matches. 8 games were played by all the sixteen clubs on the league table from different stadiums. Police FC continued to top the table with 23 points as they put Express FC’s chances of fighting the relagation positions on a stand still. This is how ot happened.
Azam Premier League Match Day 12 Results
Police FC defeated Express FC by 1 – 0, in a nail biting Wankuluku clash at Mutesa II Stadium. Hudu Kaweesa late decider gave the cops another week on top of the table. Coach Shafic Bisaso failed to get off the relagation positions on his debut coaching match at the Red Eagles.
At Champion Stadium Mwererwe, Bright Stars’s late equaliser earned them a point as Masavu FC narrowly missed a third consecutive win of the season. The game ended 1 – 1 .
Kefa Kisaala’s BUL got a vital 1 – 0 over Proline from the goal scored by Fred Agandu in the 21st minute.
At Startimes Stadium Lugogo, New signing Muhammad Shaban’s brace helped the defending Champions earn maximum points from SC Vipers in a 3 – 1 defeat. KCCA’s other goal was scored by Derrick Nsibambi while the visitor’s consolation was netted by Yayo Lutimba. KCCA is now 2nd with 22 points while Vipers is 6th with 17 points.
Maroons FC and Western Region League ambassodors, Mbarara City ended in a barren draw at Luzira sports grounds in Azam Premier League.
The tax collector’s team, URA FC, edged Soana by 1 – 0 at Mandela National Stadium – Namboole through Bokota Labama’s astonishing headed shot.
The Jogoos were able to keep their hopes of the title alive after winning their clash against the tricky Caterpillars (Onduparaka FC) at Masaka Recreation Centre. It was the 68th minute goal from George Senkaaba who was also voted man of the match that made SC Villa stay firm in the 3rd position of the table.
Kirinya Jinja’s Fred Amaku’s goal gave his side a win to keep UPDF still sinking down the relegation of the Azam Premier League table.