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JMC Hippos misery cotinued in the hands of  high flying Lweza FC  at Wankulukuku, defending champions KCCA thrashed BUL at Kakindu, Onduparaka felled Police at Green Light Stadium as Proline and URA shared the spoils at Phillip Omondi Stadium with another draw witnessed at Kavumba grounds where Soana and Bright Stars match ended at stalemate in Uganda Premier League match day six.

Bul 1-3 KCCA

Defending champions KCCA registered their fifth win of the season hammering hosts BUL FC 3-1 in a one sided match.

Robert Ssentongo grabbed a brace in his debut with Muzamir Mutyaba adding the third goal helping the Kasasiro boys earn three crucial points to maintain them in the first position.

Militon Kalisa pulled one back for the vegetable oil makers in the 86th minute smashing in a nice shot outside the box.

JMC Hippos 1-2 Lweza

Kikoyo Hassan fired Lweza in front in first half as the home side got off the blocks fast.

Hippos levelled minutes after second half  before Ssentongo Farouk scored the winner to curse the Jinja based side to the bottom of the table.

Onduparaka 2-1 Police

Ben Ochen scored his first goal to give Police  lead in  first half before Living Kaboen level fifteen minutes later for Caterpillars.

With 19 minutes to the end Mohammad Shaban shot his way to the top of scoring charts with his third goal to give his side a well deserved victory putting his side to seventh position.

Proline FC 1-1 URA

It was another successive draw inflicted on Proline FC that now leaves them standing precariously placed in 11 th position on the log.

Gift Ali went ahead to give Proline early lead with a well taken free kick before half time.

In second half Saidi Keni came to the rescue of Proline when he saved a penalty after Savio Kabugo proffesional foul on Kiggundu Shafiq with Bogoto Labama failing to level the matters.

With ten minutes to play the tax collecters found the net with a well taken shot from Kagimu Shafiq to grab a point.

The Saints 1- 0 Kirinya Jinja SS

Battling Kirinya Jinja SS failed again in their battle to get their first league win when they suffered their second consecutive defeat that now leaves them in 14th position on the log.

This becomes the Saints second win in the league this season .

Soana 0-0 Bright Stars

Dan Wagaruka failed to replicate his previuos form missing good chances to put his side Soana to the second on the table.

Lato Milk sponsored Bright Stars counted themselves lucky to grab a point as Soana has been impressive in past maches failing to fancy their plot of giving a chase to league leaders KCCA.

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