KCCA likely to face SCVU in Uganda Cup
Publish Date: Apr 10, 2014
KCCA likely to face SCVU in Uganda Cup
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By Swalley Kenyi and Aloysius Byamukama

Uganda Cup quarterfinal fixtures

BUL FC v Jinja M’ pal
KCCA v Lweza FC
W’degeya FC v URA FC
Hope Soana v SCVU


Wandegeya/URA v BUL/Jinja Municipal

Games 2
KCCA/Lweza v Hope Soana/SCVU

Today: 4pm
Nile Special University
Football League
U. Martyrs v Makerere

KCCA and holders Sports Club Victoria University (SCVU) could meet in the semifinals of this year’s Uganda Cup following the quarterfinal draw at FUFA House, Mengo.

KCCA and SCVU are favourites to advance in domestic soccer’s second prestigious competition.

Eight-time holders KCCA will face Big League side Lweza FC in the first leg match at Lugogo.

The winner will face the top team in other game between SCVU and regional league Soana Hope in the semi- finals. SCVU are also tipped to progress over their less experienced opponents.

Meanwhile, Uganda Martyrs will face Makerere in the Nile Special University Football League today.


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