Geoffrey Sserunkuuma and Muzamiru Mutyaba are on target as KCCA brush aside BUL FC.
PIC: KCCA's Muzamiru Mutyaba tries to make his way past the BUL defence on Tuesday. (Credit: Mpalanyi Ssentongo)
AZAM PREMIER LEAGUE: TUESDAY RESULTS
Bright Stars 0 SC Villa 0
Vipers 2 Lweza 0
Express 1 The Saints 1
KCCA 2 BUL 0
URA 2 JMC Hippos 2
Police 2 Sadolin Paints 0
Kirinya Jinja 1 Soana 1
Table toppers KCCA FC started the second round of the Azam Premier League on a high note after defeating BUL 2-0 Tuesday evening.
On 35 points, the defending champions are now three points ahead of second-placed SC Villa who had to settle for a goalless draw away at Bright Stars FC at the Champions stadium in Matugga.
Geoffrey Sserunkuuma and Muzamiru Mutyaba each scored a goal for KCCA.
Mutyaba scored KCCA's second goal from a free-kick
KCCA's Brian Majwega beats BUL defender Yeseri Waibi for pace
Elsewhere, Vipers SC also started well by beating Lweza 2-0 to move third on 27 points. Tony Odur and Milton Kaliisa scored for Vipers.
This was Kaliisa's debut goal for Vipers since he joined from BUL FC.
Vipers' Milton Kaliisa takes on Lweza's Francis Ssembatya and Asuman Buyinza at Namboole
The same day, Coach Abdullah Mubiru registered his first win as Police FC as he guided his side to a 2-0 win over Sadolin Paints FC. Hood Kaweesa and William Wadri were both on target.
At Wankulukuku, Express drew 1-1 with Saints in a game where Mike Mutyaba officially handed over the club armband to new Express captain Saddam Juma.
Mutyaba retired from football last week.
On Wednesday (today), Proline will start their second round with a home date with Onduparaka FC at Lugogo.