The StarTimes Uganda Premier League concluded on Saturday with eight games on match day 30 at various stadia around the country.
KCCA FC was crowned champions having collected 66 points out of 30 games played. The Lugogo based team scored 61 goals but on the other side conceded 23 times.
The champions lost two times against URA FC (at Lugogo) and Express FC at Wankulukuku.
After just one season, Ndejje University, Nyamityobora and Paidha Black Angels, will now ply their trade in FUFA Big League after being relegated.
Paidha with only 13 points, Nyamityobora,13 and Ndejje at 27 points could not sustain the baptism of fire in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League and were relegated.
Police FC Midfielder Juma Balinya took home the golden boot after being the top scorer with 19 goals on his foot, two more than Mzee Dan Sserunkuuma who won the feat the previous season.
Kasasiro boys dominate
At 61, KCCA FC scored the most number of goals whereas Paidha Black Angels’ 17 was the least number of goals scored by a team in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League that ended last week.
The Kasasiro boys at 19 had the biggest number of wins out of the 30 games played by each team. They were followed by Kitende based Vipers Sports Club at 16 wins.
At two, Paidha had the smallest number of wins in the Uganda Premier League 2018/19.
At 13, Uganda Revenue Authority had the tightest defence that let in the least number of goals. They are followed by Vipers SC at 20, KCCA FC, Onduparaka and Tooro United all at 23 goals.
At 15, tax collectors Uganda Revenue Authority had the most number of games drawn in the Uganda Premier League.
At 15 games, Uganda Revenue Authority Football Club finished the league unbeaten away from home.
Having recorded 13 clean sheets for his club, URA FC custodian, James Alitho won the golden gloves award for the best goalkeeper.
Express in love with 10 and 30
In an amazing statistic, Wankulukuku based Express FC won 10 games, lost 10 and also drew 10 times in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League in what looks like the team’s love for number 10.
Still on their love for a certain number, the Red Eagles scored 30 goals and conceded 30 times out of the 30 games they played that saw them finish 10th with 40 points.