Newcomers Iganga Corporates lead the standings with 36 points
Iganga Corporates 36pts
Bidco White Star 34
MUBS Jinja 31
Amazima School 30
Before this Sunday's match at Dam Waters playground, three-time Jinja Corporate League champions Bidco White Soap head coach Musa Nantaja has urged his players to remain consistent and take advantage of a game in hand, if they are to have a chance of lifting this year's title.
Newcomers Iganga Corporates lead the standings with 36 points from 15 matches but the three time champions will head into Sunday's fixture with confidence that they can win their game in hand despite being two points behind the leaders.
"We know that they are under pressure because of our game in hand but we must also take that advantage and win all our four games this Sunday. We have no room to make any error although many teams want to have a go at us this season but we must show our quality and discipline on pitch," Nantaja said after his side's shock 1-0 loss to TASO, their third of the campaign.
Defending champions MUBS Jinja are 6 points off the top in the 22 company race for this year's title.