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Uganda Cup: KCCA, Express face tricky ties

By Vision Reporter

Added 15th March 2017 05:24 PM

Reigning league champions KCCA FC will make the long journey to Mbale to play plucky Kataka FC

Reigning league champions KCCA FC will make the long journey to Mbale to play plucky Kataka FC

Uganda Cup (Round of 16)

Kataka V KCCA

Fort Portal Boda Boda V Paidha Black Angels

Baza Holdings V Sadolin Paints

Kyetume V Police

Vipers V Kiboga Young

Onduparaka V Water

Express V Masavu

URA V JMC Hippos

Defending champions Vipers will host Kiboga Young in the round of 16 after the draws for the 2017 Uganda Cup were concluded on Wednesday at FUFA House in Mengo.

The draws conducted by FUFA competitions director Ali Mwebe and FUFA spokesman Ahmed Hussein, included eight top flight teams, five Big League sides and three regional sides.

Reigning league champions KCCA FC will make the long journey to Mbale to play plucky Kataka FC.

URA and Jinja Municipality Hippos are the only top flight clubs to meet in this round while Zombo based Big League side Paidha Black Angels will play host to Fort Portal Boda Boda FC.

Arua town will get a piece of the action as Onduparaka FC host Big League side Water FC.

Entebbe based Rwenzori Group table leaders, Masavu FC, will provide a tricky tie for Express at Wankulukuku while Baza Holdings taking on Sadolin Paints is the other fixture between Big League and Premier League sides.

The cup is played on a knockout basis and in case of a draw at after 90 minutes, spot kicks determine the winner. Matches will be held between March 19 and 31.

Meanwhile the quarterfinal draws for the inaugural FUFA Women's Cup were also conducted.

Mukono based UCU Lady Cardinals travel to Mbarara to face Western United while Gafford Ladies host She Corporates.

Mutesa 1 Royal University will also host Elite Women's League defending Champions, Kawempe Muslim while Tagy High School will play Soroti based Olila Secondary School. 

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