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Super League: KCC hold URA in city derby

By Vision Reporter

Added 8th November 2007 03:00 AM

A Ronald Kamoga equaliser late in added time, salvaged a point for KCC away to URA in the Super League action at Namboole yesterday. Kamoga, who was facing his former side, powered in a ground shot to level matters and secure coach Moses Basena his first league point at the club.

A Ronald Kamoga equaliser late in added time, salvaged a point for KCC away to URA in the Super League action at Namboole yesterday. Kamoga, who was facing his former side, powered in a ground shot to level matters and secure coach Moses Basena his first league point at the club.

By M. Kabogoza, D. Mazune, S. Kenyi, N. Katende

URA 2 KCC 2
Other results
Victors 1 Bunamwaya 0
Biharwe 1 Maroons 2


A Ronald Kamoga equaliser late in added time, salvaged a point for KCC away to URA in the Super League action at Namboole yesterday. Kamoga, who was facing his former side, powered in a ground shot to level matters and secure coach Moses Basena his first league point at the club.

Last season’s league top scorer Hamis Kitagenda – who was blocked from joining URA – had put KCC ahead after 11 minutes, which they held on through recess time.

URA’s Ismail Kigozi levelled the score hardly a minute after KCC’s Owen Kasule had hit the woodwork on resumption.
URA’s recruit Joram Katende gave his side a lead in the 88th minute, before Kamoga evened it.

Basena was a relieved man, after his loss to Victors last week. “It was a good reaction from our first lost game. I liked the character exhibited by my players.”

At Nakivubo, Ronald Lutaya headed home Frank Junju’s cross in the 17th minute, to give Victors a win in a game where the same Lutaya, Jackson Baluku and Junju missed clear chances in the last quarter.

Maroons continued with its grand come-back in top flight soccer, getting maximum away points from Biharwe in a soggy Kakyeka stadium.
Musa Tamale and Salim Kiyega scored for Maroons, while Ismail Ndaula got Biharwe’s consolation.

Police FC will, meanwhile, continue to rely on set piece orchestra Alex Ndugga and Henry Kakooza to lead the attack against Ediofe Hills at Namboole today.

Sam Timbe is seeking a third straight league victory – their second against newcomers after taming Nalubaale with a 2-1 win - their second in a row.

Ediofe won their opening game at home beating CRO 3-0 but lost to Express in the second at Wankulukuku on Wednesday.

Today
*Police v Ediofe 4pm
Tomorrow
*Simba v Villa
Kinyara v Express
Live on GTV Nov. 17
Express v KCC
*Delayed GTV broadcasts

Super League: KCC hold URA in city derby

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