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KCCA FC walks way with Pilsner Super 8 Cup

By Shafik Ssenoga

Added 26th August 2018 03:08 PM

KCCA walked away with a cash prize of sh10m and a trophy.

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KCCA FC players with Pilsner Super 8 trophy at Muteesa II Stadium, Wankulukuku. PHOTO: Richard Sanya

KCCA walked away with a cash prize of sh10m and a trophy.

FOOTBALL

Pilsner Super 8

Final

Result
KCCA 2 Onduparaka 0

Cash prizes
KCCA FC: sh10m

Onduparaka: sh5m

Semifinalists
SC Villa: sh3.5m

Nyamityobora: sh3.5m

Quarterfinalists
URA: sh2m

Kirinya Jinja SS: sh2m

Ndejje University: sh2m
BUL: sh2m

KAMPALA - KCCA FC won the first edition of the Pilsner Super 8 following their 2-0 victory over Onduparaka in the final on Saturday evening at Muteesa II Stadium, Wankulukuku.

 
Sadam Juma opened the lead for KCCA in the 33 minute through well curled free kicks after striker Patrick Kaddu was brought down. Four minutes later, Allan Okello doubled the lead.                                         

KCCA walked away with a cash prize of sh10m and a trophy while Onduparaka received sh5m for finishing runners up.

Onduparaka's midfielder Viane Ssekajugo was voted the most valuable player while KCCA's duo; Kaddu and Allan Okello were named top scorer (two goals) and man of match respectively.

Ssekajugo and Kaddu received sh200,000 apiece. Okello went home with sh150,000.              

The three-weeks inaugural single-tie knockout  tournament was sponsored by Uganda Breweries Limited (UBL).

 
The company injected sh90m under their brand; Pilsner with sh30m shared by all the eight teams that participated during the event.                

The weekend tie was also precursor for KCCA ahead of their last game in the CAF Champions'  League group stages.

KCCA who left the country in the wee hours of Sunday morning will take on Al Ahly this Tuesday in Egypt.

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