Routine Wins For MUBS And St. Lawrence As Mutoola See Off Buganda Royal

Thirty-two (32) goals were scored across four games while there were also two red cards during the sixth outing of the FUFA beach soccer league over the weekend at FUFA technical centre beach soccer arena in Njeru.

MUBS, St. Lawrence and Mutoola picked up wins as Buganda Royal hit another low key.

Wolves 3-8 St. Lawrence

Baker Lukooya (in blue) executing a scissors kick as Baptist Male of Wolves tries to intercept


St. Lawrence University maintained their spot at the top of the table with an 8-3 win against Wolves in which Baker Lukooya scored four goals.

The defending champions began the outing while in charge of the standings and this victory helped them to stretch their winning run to six in as many games this season.

Lukooya, who is now at 13 goals for the season, scored two in the first period, he was once more on the score sheet in the second for his third goal before he made it four for himself in the third period.

Jonathan Kikonyogo (right) vie for the ball with Julius Ssentamu of  Wolves


Sulaiman Ochero joined the scoring party with a brace for Davis Nnono’s flawless side before Jonathan Kikonyogo and Martin Kikambi put their heads up with a goal each to seal the win for their team.

Baptist Male, Albert Olwenyi and Julius Ssentamu showed up for Wolves who are yet to win a game so far with a goal apiece. However, their efforts turned out to be just consolations.

With six games played, St. Lawrence have 18 points, three ahead of the second placed Jinja Lions BSC.

Mutoola BSC 7 – 4 Buganda Royal

Mutoola’s starting five against Buganda Royal

Mutoola BSC overcame Buganda Royal 7-4 to remain in a mouth and nose distance with Jinja Lions.

Sharif Apuuli struck a hat trick while Simon Peter Kijjo and Paul Nsenge scored a brace individually as Mutoola beat Buganda Royal who also had their coach Tony Ssebagala and talisman Paul Lule red carded after the game had ended for unsporting behavior.

Apuuli celebrating one of his goals

It is now four losses for Ssebagala’s men in five matches. Hassan Luboyera scored twice, with Paul Kato and Sharif Lubega also adding a goal each as they nosedived again on Sunday.

Kiringente BSC 3 – 6 MUBS


MUBS renaissance continued as they registered their fourth victory on the trot.

Braces from Swaibu Kakwaya and Maxwell Okello, and a goal each from Deo Ssenyonga and Douglas Muganga ensured MUBS defeated Kiringente 6-3 at FUFA technical centre beach soccer arena.

Junior Kagezi also grabbed a brace, while Hamza Ssenoga also had a goal for Kiringente but their efforts were not enough to turn the game into their favor.

The match between Grace Church and Jinja Lions was abandoned because the former couldn’t raise enough players to continue with the game after one of their three players present for the game was injured in the first minute of the first period.

Jinja Lions players celebrating in a previous match

Before the game was stopped, Jinja Lions was already 1-0 up courtesy of Nicholas Mwere’s early strike and the competitions committee has since awarded the Sand Kings with three goals and three points.

The league will be played again on March 26, 2023 at FUFA technical centre with fixtures to be communicated in the due course

Current table standings

Full results:

Grace Church 0-1 Jinja Lions (Abandoned)

Wolves 3-8 St.Lawrence

Mutoola BSC 7-4 Buganda Royal

Kiringente BSC 3-6 MUBS

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