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Big four prove case at league kickoff

By Vision Reporter

Added 19th October 2009 03:00 AM

THE big four again proved that it will take some extra ordinary effort to shake their Uganda Super League dominance.
Champions URA, SC Villa, Express and KCC all cruised to victories in their opening matches of the 2009/10 race at the weekend.

THE big four again proved that it will take some extra ordinary effort to shake their Uganda Super League dominance.
Champions URA, SC Villa, Express and KCC all cruised to victories in their opening matches of the 2009/10 race at the weekend.

By James Bakama
and Fred Kaweesi

Uganda super league
Tomorrow

Hoima v Kinyara
Police v Arua
Masaka v Iganga
CRO v Victors
Boroboro v Villa
Nalubaale v URA

THE big four again proved that it will take some extra ordinary effort to shake their Uganda Super League dominance.
Champions URA, SC Villa, Express and KCC all cruised to victories in their opening matches of the 2009/10 race at the weekend.

URA overcame returnees CRO in what was probably the league kick-off’s most dramatic match.

Defender Emmanuel Olupot gifted Moses Basena’s side with a first minute own goal before Rogers Nandwa stretched the lead seconds to the final whistle.

But despite these extreme minute scores, it was the Nalubaale versus Villa that attracted most attention.

Having successfully battled for a reinstatement into the league in court, everyone wanted to see what Nalubaale could offer on the pitch.

It turned out that all Mujib Kasule’s side could offer were a few silky passes notably lacking that crucial final punch.
At the end of the day Sula Kato’s side thrived with Moses Feni and Gibson Atuhairwe goals.

The Jogoos might have lost a gem in Steven Bengo, but in Atuhairwe they got an asset with potential to emulate club legend Magid Musisi. Express showed character pulling off an away win against a motivated Arua.

At Nakivubo Anthony Bongole struck twice proving KCC still has its killer punch despite losing its deadly duo of Brian Umony and Robert Sentongo.

Big four prove case at league kickoff

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