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Onduparaka snatched their winner late in the match against SC Villa , Express FC were surprisingly held by Kirinya -Jinja FC, Proline again proved to be draw masters,URA  poor run continued  with goalless draw aganist Soana,with matches between Saints FC and Bright Stars,BUL FC and Police ending in one all draw in  fiery encounters on Saturday.

Express FC 1-1 Kirinya- Jinja SS FC

Godfrey Mubiru  gave Kirinya- Jinja SS a shock  lead against the overwhelming, prematch favourites Red Eagles  in the 13th minute when he sloted a hard shot to beat advancing Ivan Mutyaba.

Utility player Kasozi Bob however saved red eagles the blushes on 72nd minute with a powerful header.

This was Kirinya Jinja SS sixth draw in eight  matches as Express dropped two  crucial points.

Onduparaka 4-3 SC Villa

Two braces, two penalties and a late winner were all on show as Green Light Stadium turf proved to be valley of no return in an entertaining but closely contested game.

Ceaser Okhuti, Gaddafi Wahab and Muhammad Shaban scored for the hosts while Alex Kitatta and Abdulmalick Vitalis Tabu scored for the Jogoos.

Proline FC 3-3 Lweza FC

This was the day that Lweza answered all their doubters as they continued with their good run in the league after coming from two goals down in first half.

Proline went ahead in the 8th minute through a penalty duly converted by Edrisa Lubega.

Twenty minutes later Edrisa Lubega recorded his second goal of the match after Gift Ali blilliant through ball. Joseph Mandela scored the third goal for Proline.

Lweza however provided immediate response in second half, with the on-fire Yasin Mugume,Kharim Ndugwa,Musa Ndonga scoring to level the scores in a stunning comeback minutes before stoppage time.

BUL FC 1- 1 Police FC

Bruce Senfuka  gave Police the lead in the the second minute after BUL defenders had failed to clear the ball in front of their line.

Vegetable oil makers however scored in 46th minute through Amos Tibita who slammed home to level matters.

Instead of going for more goals BUL backed off allowing more pressure to their half stepping of their pace,a theme of recent games.

Saints FC 1-1 Bright Stars

Godfrey Wakaza sent in a low shot delivered on the slide past in the 16th minute to score the first goal of the match and ease the nerves of an anxious supporters .

Denis Ssekiteko front post tap,a well timed burst between the defenders made an equelizer for Bright Stars in the 52nd minute.

Soana 0-0 URA

URA FC entered the 6th match of the league without their dependable striker Muwanga Mathias in a dull match that saw Kefa Kisaala guided side failing to discover a revolution to winning ways.

Soana FC Midfielder Nyazi Abdallah missed a clear chance in the second half racing forward firing a shot that took a looping deflect off Kayiwa Allan with a deflated crowd leaving the stadium after another dissapointing draw.

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