By Douglas Mazune, Norman Katende, Bruno Mugoda, Mukasa Kivumbi, Samson Opus, Silvano Kibuuka
Super League results
Express 6 CRO 0
SC Villa 1 v Police 2
SCVU 0 v Kira Young 0
Simba 1 Soana 1
Vipers 2 v KCC 1
URA 3 v Bright Stars 0
Proline 1 v Entebbe 1
BUL FC 2 v Masaka 0
URA showed no mercy to visiting Bright Stars, whipping them 3-0 in Lugazi to knock SC Victoria University off the top of the Super League table on Tuesday.
With SCVU held to a goalless draw by Kira Young at Namboole, URA with 17 points now tops the 16-team table on goal difference.
Erisa Sekisambu was first to make his mark when he powered in shot from outside the box which Bright Stars goalkeeper Davis Mutebi fumbled with and spilled into the net.
Saidi Kyeyune’s shot then deflected off Bright Star’s captain Bernard Muwanga and into the net to give URA a 2-0 halftime lead.
Substitute Milos Ilic then sealed Bright Stars fate on 80 minutes, just two minutes after he replaced Sekisambu after the break.
At Wankulukuku Omar Ngobi struck a late hat-trick in the a space of four minutes as Express humiliated Mbale based CRO 6-0 to surge from 13th to 9th position.
Earlier Musa Mukasa had struck a first half brace while Godfrey Lwesibawa netted on the stroke of halftime.
At Nakivubo Benson Ociti and Ben Ocen scored for Police as the cops handed Villa a second consecutive defeat. Moses Gabula scored Villa’s consolation.
In Buikwe Vipers Yunis Sentamu scored twice as Viper came from a goal down to triumph over KCCA while Entebbe held Proline to a 1-1 draw at Lugogo.
At Kikindu Robert Achema and Tommy Okello scored one each in the first half as BUL continued to impress at home.