Express FC was on Saturday condemned to their first home defeat when they were beaten by Onduparaka fc in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League at the Wankulukuku stadium.
Coming into the Saturday game, Express had lost any game at home this season but the Arua based side put this record to rest when two second half goals from Ezra Bida and Gadafi Gadinho buried any hopes for the Red Eagles to win the game.
The victory ensure Onduparaka won their fifth game out of nine so far played in the league.
At the Maroons stadium in Luzira, hosts Maroons football club were beaten by a goal to nil by 12 time champions KCCA FC in another StarTimes Uganda Premier League encounter.
A Jackson Nunda 31st minute strike was enough to hand the Uganda Cup winners all the three points on a day goalkeepers from both sides were busy but KCCA Charles Lukwago stood out most and won the man of the match gong.
At the Green Light stadium in Arua, home side Paidha Black Angels were humiliated in front of their home fans when they were walloped three goals to nil by Bright Stars.
An own goal by goalkeeper John Kalumba and two other goals from Brian Kayanja and John Kokas Opejo were enough for the Mwereerwe based team to triumph over the new league comers.
KCCA are still at the top of the StarTimes Uganda Premier League on 21 points after nine games whereas Paidha Black Angels are teetering at the rock bottom of the 16 team log.