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Tooro hold KCCA as URA, Maroons, BUL win...

KCCA extend their lead at the top to four points, URA beat Paidha Black Angels, Maroons see off Bright Stars while Police lose at BUL in Wednesday's games....

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KCCA beat Villa 4-2 as title race tightens...

KCCA FC re-establish a three-point gap at the top of the Uganda Premier League table after a six-goal thriller against SC Villa at Lugogo.

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Premier League: Ndejje, Onduparaka win as...

Ndejje University beat Tooro United in a seven-goal thriller, Onduparaka pick up three points against Mbarara City while BUL and Villa make do with a share...

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Uganda Premier League: Villa beat Paidha,...

Tuesday's sumptuous six-game menu sees SC Villa beat Paidha Black Angels at home while holders Vipers SC are held by Tooro United and Ndejje University...

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Premier League: BUL beat Express 1-0

Both sides had defended deeply throughout the 90 minutes.

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What happened in the UPL? Vipers beaten,...

On a busy day of local football, SC Villa end Vipers' unbeaten streak while KCCA can only pick up a point on the road against Bright Stars.

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UPL: Maroons beat URA 1-0

URA suffer a second defeat of this campaign.

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Uganda Premier League: Mbarara thrash Nyamityobora...

Are Mbarara City genuine title contenders? They have established a nine-game unbeaten run and are third on the table.

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UPL: URA beat Villa, Bright Stars hold Onduparaka...

URA FC climb to fifth place with victory over SC Villa while Onduparaka FC fail to return to winning ways against Bright Stars FC.

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UPL: Vipers beat Kirinya as Paidha, Ndejje...

Defending champions Vipers win at home against Kirinya Jinja SSS, as bottom sides Paidha Black Angels and Ndejje University share the spoils.

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