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Ndugwa guides SC Villa past Proline
Publish Date: Mar 04, 2014
Ndugwa guides SC Villa past Proline
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By James Bakama and Shafik Ssenoga 

FUFA Super League 

Express 1 URA

Proline 0 SC Villa

Uganda Cup round of 64 

Amuria 0 SCVU

Entebbe 0(4) Police 0 (5) 

Round of 32 

Lweza 1 Bright Stars

KARIM Ndugwa again saved the best for last as he helped SC Villa beat Proline at Lugogo on Tuesday. 

The second half substitute, just like in the previous match against Kira young, scored in the last minute to give the Jogoos their second straight win. 

At Wankulukuku, four-time champions URA had Sam Senkomi giving them the lead before Allan Kyambadde got the equaliser. 

In the Uganda Cup, SC Victoria University whipped Amuria 5-0 in a match where Brian Thorach scored a hat trick. Martin Mpuuga and Dan Nsubuga scored the other goals. 

Village Club of California, owned by former FUFA presidential aspirant Taban Amin, failed to show up for their date with Kumi. 

Elsewhere, Bright Stars were edged by Lweza while Police advanced after a penalty shoot-out.

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