If a team wins with a two-goal margin, they earn four points instead of three.
Sadat Anaku remained KCCA soccer academy's key pillar as they extended their winning form in the FUFA Junior U-17 League.
He scored his 10th goal of the season as KCCA thrashed URA 3-0 in Wobulenzi on Monday evening.
He is second on the scoring chart below top-scorer Fred Massa of Kirinya Jinja SS on 12 goals.
Gerald Kawooya and Ivan Ashaba scored KCCA 's other goals in their comprehensive victory, a result that KCCA remained top of the Treble Group on 38 points.
The junior football league is designed to cater for players under the age of 17 years and in case a team wins with a two-goal margin, they earn four points instead of three.
In the Hattrick Group, Lweza and SC Villa are joint-top with 24 points although Lweza has a better goal difference.
URA JT 0 KCCA 3
Police A. Brigade 1 Onduparaka JT 3
BUL JT 4 Sadolin Paints JT 0
Kirinya Jinja JT 5 Bright Stars JT 2
Soana SA 3 SC Villa Jogoo JT 3
JMC Hippos FC JT 1 Lweza Orange Brigade 1