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KCCA win Uganda Cup

By Shafik Ssenoga

Added 10th June 2018 09:48 AM

The Lugogo side moved joint top with Express with ten trophies. KCCA who had a better first half then the second half.

KCCA win Uganda Cup

The Lugogo side moved joint top with Express with ten trophies. KCCA who had a better first half then the second half.

PIC: KCCA celebrate their victory after the game. (Credit: Richard Sanya)
 
FOOTBALL
 
Stanbic Uganda Cup
Result
Final
Vipers 0 KCCA 1 
 
BUKEDEA - Julius Poloto was the hero of the day as  a ten man squad from KCCA defeated Vipers 1-0 in the Stanbic Uganda Cup Saturday evening at  Emokori ground at Bukedea district.
 
Poloto headed in Allan Okello's cross for KCCA to win their tenth Uganda Cup trophy.

Patrick Kaddu tackled by Viper's Geofrey Wasswa at Emokori Grounds, Bukedea during the 2018 Uganda Cup finals.(Credit:Richard Sanya) 

The Lugogo side moved joint top with Express with ten trophies.  KCCA who had a better first half then the second half that saw their midfielder Sadam Juma sent off by Centre referee Mashood Ssali after two bookable offences.
 

Patrick Kaddu receives top scorcer award from Emmanuel Arnold Okwi as Senior Marketing Manager Stanbic Uganda Sonia Kasagga looks on at Emokori Grounds, Bukedea.(Credit:Richard Sanya)

In addition to winning the trophy, KCCA also walked away with individual awards.
 
Allan Okello was voted the most valuable player (MVP) while Patrick Kaddu was top scorer with six goals. Charles Lukwago was voted the best goalkeeper.    
 
Each of the individual winners walked away with flat screen TV and trophy. Regards of today's, result KCCA will represent the country in the CAF Confederation Cup.  
 
 

Patrick Kaddu receives top scorcer award from Emmanuel Arnold Okwi as Senior Marketing Manager Stanbic Uganda Sonia Kasagga looks on at Emokori Grounds, Bukedea.(Credit:Richard Sanya)

    
The battle for silverware in this year's Uganda Cup was heightened  following  Stanbic Bank‘s sh300m sponsorship.
 
 
The prize money for the competition was raised to sh90m. KCCA walked away with sh30m while Vipers received sh20m.   semifinalists SC Villa and Synergy each received sh10m.
 
 

 

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