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Nsumba strike keeps URA in title hunt
Publish Date: Mar 25, 2014
Nsumba strike keeps URA in title hunt
Nsumbas goal earned a point for URA.
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By Michael Nsubuga and Shafik Ssenoga

FUFA Super League

Kira 1 Entebbe 1

Police 1 URA 1

Uganda Cup

Ndejje 0 Victoria 2

AUGUSTINE Nsumba’s equaliser salvaged a point for URA against Police at Kavumba to help his side remain in contention for the FUFA Super League title.

Andrew Basoma gave Police a deserved lead but Nsumba struck late on to help his side remain within reach of table leaders Vipers.

Vipers lead the table with 43 points from 22 matches while second placed URA is on 41 points from the same number of matches.

At Nakivubo, relegation candidates Entebbe Young held Kira to a 1-1 draw to move out of the relegation zone with a better goal difference. They are now tied in 12th place with Proline on 16 points each.

Moses Sekasana scored for Entebbe with Patrick Kaddu getting Kira goal.

Victoria University were the only victors on the day, beating Ndejje 2-0 in a Uganda Cup match played in Ndejje.

Noah Ssemakula and Mathew Odong scored for the visiting side who will now play Saints in the round of 16.

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