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Last gasp Kisekka strike saves KCCA's blushes
Publish Date: Mar 18, 2014
Last gasp Kisekka strike saves KCCA's blushes
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By James Bakama and Shafik Ssenoga 

FUFA Super League

SCVU 2 KCCA 2

Entebbe 3  CRO  2

Uganda Cup

Masaka 1 Proline 0 

A Ronnie Kisekka goal in added time helped KCCA salvage a crucial point at Namboole on Tuesday.

After Denis Iguma giving the hosts the lead 26 minutes into the match Gadafi Kiwanuka leveled the score in the second half.

Yaser Mugerwa then gave the hosts hope for a win with an 88 minute goal. With time clicking away, and KCCA fans walking out of the stadium in disapointment, Kisekka gave KCCA faithful reason to celebrate with the visitors the crucial equalizer. The two sides also played to a draw in the first round.

At Wankulukuku, Entebbe registered their first league win of the season by beating CRO.

Entebbe were not only without a win in  21 outings, but were also bottom of the table with 12 points. They now move two places up but remain in the relegation zone.

CRO are now tailing with 12 points. Abraham Ndugga scored the all-important goal with two minutes left.  Godfrey Serubogo and Ibrahim Magada were the other scorers for Entebbe FC.

League action continues on Friday with seven matches. Among the highlights will be Victoria University’s encounter with top of the table Vipers at Buikwe.

Meanwhile Uganda Cup draws for the round of 16 will be held on Wednesday at FUFA House in Mengo.

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