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U-17 football league: KCCA can stretch lead

By Shafik Ssenoga

Added 9th February 2020 03:23 PM

Oscar Mawa and Jerome Otim will be key for the Lugogo-based side.

Oscar Mawa and Jerome Otim will be key for the Lugogo-based side.


Treble Group

KCCA v Onduparaka

Bright Stars v Maroons

Wakiso v Express

URA v Police

Hattrick Group

Villa v Busoga United

BUL v Vipers

Tooro United v Kyetume

Proline v Mbarara City


KCCA can open up a 12-point lead at the top of the Treble Group when they take on Onduparaka at Lugogo in the FUFA Junior U-17 League.

Oscar Mawa and Jerome Otim, who have scored seven and five goals this season, respectively, will be key for KCCA.

Arua-based side are at the root of the group with no point and will be out to collect their first victory of the campaign.

In the Hattrick Group, leaders Busoga United (21 points) will play SC Villa away at the Islamic University in University (IUIU) campus in Kabojja.

The FUFA Junior League involves all the 16 Premier League sides. The players in the junior league can also play for the senior side.

And the rules are slightly different. If a team wins by a margin of more than two goals, they are awarded four points instead of the traditional three.

At the end of the campaign, the top sides from each of the two groups meet in the final to decide the champion of the league.

BUL are the defending champions after they beat KCCA 3-0 last season.

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