Mutoola Silence Jinja Lions, Buganda Royal, MUBS Discover Former Selves

Mutoola BSC extended their winning streak on Sunday with wins over Jinja Lions and Ms Sand Lions, while there were first wins of the season for Buganda Royal, MUBS and Kiringente.

Mutoola BSC 4-3 Jinja Lions

Mutoola edged Jinja Lions in the top of the table clash at FUFA technical center beach soccer arena with Paul Nsege’s second goal in the game winning the cagey contest for Mutoola with a few minutes left on the clock.

Jinja Lions came from behind twice to tie the game 3-3 by the third quarter, and by this moment, both teams seemingly looked comfortable with sharing the points until Nsege’s shot bounced off the sand to send Julius Sseguya in the Sand Kings’ goal the wrong way to win it all for his side.

His early strike, Peter Mukwata and Simon Peter Kijjo’s goals had been cancelled out by Shaka Ssozi’s brace and Nicholus Tamale’s goal for Jinja Lions.

Mutoola’s starting five against Jinja Lions

Ms Sand Lions 2-6 Mutoola BSC

In their second game, they eased past MS Sand Lions 6-2 to open up a six point gap at the top.

After four games, Mutoola count twelve (12) points to their name, six better off their immediate followers Jinja Lions and KJT.

Ashraf Apuuli ran to a hat trick, with Oscar Ssendege, Faizal Sekitti and Musa Ssali also scoring a goal each for the Salim Muwonge coached side.

Simon Kizito and Salami Lukwago’s goals for Ms Sand Lions were not enough to turn the game on its head for their side.

Buganda Royal 5-1 Kiringente BSC

Paul Lule (in blue) of Buganda Royal against Kiringente

Buganda Royal swiped down their poor run by winning 5-1 against Kiringente.

They fell to the two Lions – Jinja and Ms Sand in their opening two games but they played better on Sunday and they looked more like the team they were in the previous seasons.

Ambrose Kigozi registered a hat trick in a match where Paul Kato and Hassan Luboyera were also on target. Derrick Jim Ssekulima gave Kiringente some hope with a good finish  but the game was already beyond their reach.

MUBS 3-1 Kampala Junior Team (KJT)

Two-time league champions MUBS picked up their first win of the season, beating KJT 3-1. Swaibu Kakwaya’s brace and a goal from Maxwell Okello gave MUBS the advantage over the newbies who scored through Henry Stuart Kafuluma.

A KJT player closes down Douglas Muganga (in orange) of MUBS

Ms Sand Lions 2-5 Kiringente BSC

There was also a win for Kiringente, who in their second game on the day picked off Ms Sand Lions comfortably to record a 5-2 win. Braces from Junior Bashir Kagezi and Derrick Jim Ssekulima, and an own goal by goalkeeper Jenkins Luyigo gifted Kiringente the win despite Simon Kizito and Brian Kiyimba also finding the net for their side.

KJT 2-0 Grace Church

Alvin Ssekiyivu and Sudaisi Kayiira scored a goal each to hand KJT their second win in three matches.

Grace Church 3-3 Wolves

There was also one draw at the weekend, with Grace Church and Wolves settling for a three all stalemate.

Owen Babu, Chris Walito and Owen Ben were there for Grace Church while Farouk Kawuma, Julius Ssentamu and Baptist Male were on target for Wolves.

Action in the league resumes on Sunday of February 26 with six fixtures at FUFA technical center in Njeru with kick off of the first match scheduled at 11am.

Third outing full results:

February 19, 2023

Mutoola BSC 4-3 Jinja Lions

Buganda Royal 5-1 Kiringente

MUBS 3-1 Kampala Junior Team (KJT)

Grace Church 3-3 Wolves BSC

Ms Sand Lions 2-5 Kiringente

Kampala Junior Team 2-0 Grace Church

Ms Sand Lions 2-6 Mutoola BSC

Fourth outing fixtures:

February 26, 2023

St Lawrence Vs Mutoola BSC

KJT Vs Jinja Lions

Wolves Vs MUBS

St. Lawrence Vs Buganda Royal

KJT Vs Kiringente BSC

Jinja Lions Vs Wolves

Kick-off: 11am


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