Proline, KCCA, Kyetume, Light SS, Kitara FC, and Kataka FC are the teams that qualified for the quarter-finals and each will receive sh6m.
The Luzira based side was relegated together with Tooro United and Uganda Cup champions Proline
Nsubuga was stopped by the Nansana police when he was found riding after 5 pm but instead, he tried to speed off.
The final nail into Douglas Bamweyana's coffin was the 1-0 home defeat to Express that has left the club languishing in the drop zone.
"We are going to fight in the remaining games to survive. The fans should be calm," says Bamweyana.
The Red Eagles move to ninth spot while Maroons remain on the edge of the red zone.
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The 10-time Cup winners bowed out of the competition 3-4 via a decisive penalty shootout against Maroons at Kavumba Recreation Centre.
Express hold a rich history in the competition, having won it 10 times - and are joint record-holders with KCCA.
Mike Mutebi's KCCA have now reduced the gap at the summit of the log to two points, having played one game more than leaders Vipers, who face BUL this...
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