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Iganga, CRO start well in play-off
Publish Date: May 29, 2011
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Super League 1st rnd play off

Iganga MC 5 Boroboro 0
CRO FC 2 Bul Bidco 0

IGANGA Municipal Council FC and CRO FC registered wins to gain advantage as the search for the third team to qualify for the 2011/12 Uganda Super League rages.

At the Saza ground in Iganga, the home team thumped visiting Boroboro 5-0 on Thursday.

In Mbale Municipal stadium CRO FC won 2-0 also against Jinja based Bul Bidco.

The return leg fixtures are due on Thursday to choose the finalists.

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