Twelve time Ugandan champions KCCA FC were in fine form as they beat Mwereerwe based Bright Stars two nil in a game played at the StarTimes stadium at Lugogo on Tuesday.
Goals from Filbert Obenchan, off a Mustafa Kizza cross, and a poker from Patrick Kaddu were enough for the Kassasiro Boys to triumph over Bright Stars in the StarTimes Premier League.
KCCA have now won three out of the four games so far played in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League this season.
Caterpillars eat school boys
In Jinja,Kirinya Jinja SS nicknamed ‘The School boys’ suffered their first defeat at their mighty arena when Arua based Onduparaka FC(Caterpillars) beat them hands down in another Uganda Premier League showdown on Tuesday afternoon.
On form striker Viane Ssekajugo with a brace and Caesar Okuthi ensured Asaph Mwebaze’s boy went on rampage to munch the school boys away in Jinja as they recovered from their defeat at home by KCCA FC.
Speaking shortly after the game, Kirinya Jinja SS coach Timothy Ayiekho admitted Onduparaka was the better side on the day
“It was not by accident. They got everything right and on another day, we could have lost by four, five or six goals,”Ayiekho said in a post -match press conference.
Former champions Express FC struggled at home when they played to a nil all draw with BUL FC in another StarTimes Uganda Premier League encounter played at the Wankulukuku stadium on Tuesday evening.
Despite scoring in their previous games, both teams fired blanks on Tuesday as Express’ Kefa Kisala failed to beat his former paymasters.
The draw meant that Kisala has not won any game neither has his team scored a goal at their Wankulukuku stadium this season.
Speaking shortly after the game, Kisala admitted his team didn’t play well and this he said accounted for their failure to create chances.
“We didn’t play to our expectation. We lacked the urge to push our opponents to the wall so as to score. It is disappointing that we have only managed draws at home but we shall need to work harder to win games,”Kisala said.
However, on the other side, BUL FC head coach Peter Onen rued missed chances for his team’s woes.
“The game was fairly balance but I think we did not take our chances. We had more chances to score that our opponents but we failed to utilize them,”Onen said.
Lugogo based KCCA FC are now top of the StarTimes Uganda Premier League table on 10 points , one above second placed Onduparaka FC after four games.