The Jinja based club had earlier on registered a hard fought 2-1 win over Police FC
BUL FC head coach Peter Onen has called upon his players to remain focused to avoid another panic season, if they are to finish in the top five in the Star times premier league season.
The Kakindu based club remains the only up country club to have stayed in the league in seven consecutive years running, but their struggles in the recent seasons has been dogged by a series of injuries and a few administrative struggles .
The recent Njeru based club has this season so far registered two wins on a bounce and a draw thus recording virtually their ever best start in four matches ever in top flight football following their recent 0-0 against Express FC at Wankulukuku.
The Jinja based club had earlier on registered a hard fought 2-1 win over Police FC despite their set back in 1-0 loss against Tooro FC .
''We are now in a new chapter where we need all our players to stay focused, fit and more determined in each game. We just need to remain consistent to avoid the pressure we had in the previous seasons where we played with a lot of panic,'' said Onen.
BUL FC's next league match is on Tuesday away against struggling Maroons FC in Luzira.
BUL FC is in fifth position with 7 points from four matches