By Douglas Mazune, Norman Katende, Swalley Kenyi, Joseph Wanzusi and James Bakama
Super League results
SCVU 3 v Vipers 1
SC Villa 0 v URA 4
CRO 3 v Entebbe 2
Police 1 v Bidco 0
UGANDA'S most successful club is fast being turned into a FUFA Super League punching bag.
Named the Jogoos because of their might on the field, SC Villa are currently a pale shadow of the giants they were up to a decade ago.
Coach Stephen Bogere was on Tuesday again rudely awakened to this fact via a 4-0 whipping by URA at Nakivubo. That the result was barely a week after another humiliating loss to Bidco, again underlined the troubles at Villa Park.
Yusuf Juuko began the rout with an own goal. Augustine Nsumba then made it two with a shot from 20 meters before Moses Feni and Erisa Sekisambu stretched the lead.
Veteran Villa winger Hakim Magumba failed to inspire his side to a victory. Photo by Mpalanyi Ssentongo
At Namboole Sports Club Victoria University realized value for money as new signing Simon Okwii and Muwadda Mawejje condemned Vipers to their first league defeat this season.
Okwii rifled in the opener from a free kick near the edge of the box. Muwadda then struck with a brace in the poorly attended match. Ismael Kajubi got Vipers’ consolation with a minute to go.
In a strange development, fourth official Sam Kakembo had to dash onto the field to replace center referee Abbey Kawooya who sustained a muscle cramp.
Elsewhere Andrew Basoma fired Police to its first win with a sixth minute goal. CRO also cruised to their first win as they beat Entebbe at Manyonyi ground near Mbale town.