Villa, Ndejje UPL fate continues

King of the past. Uganda’s URA skipper Shafiq Kagimu celebrates with Matthew Odong as the tax collectors beat Police yesterday at Lugogo. Photo by John Batanudde

SC Villa and Ndejje University will have to wait longer to know their StarTimes Uganda Premier League fate after the latter’s game with Onduparaka was washed out yesterday.
Only 20 minutes had been played at the Arena of Visions ground when the match officials led by centre referee Shamira Nabadda called off the game because of an unplayable surface caused by a heavy downpour.
he teams did not return with the game eventually called off as the rain intensified.

The two teams are now expected to play the remaining 70 minutes at the same ground today. Ndejje, who with two games left, occupy the final relegation spot with 26 points, are five behind SC Villa with the latter only left with a home fixture against already relegated Nyamityobora. Elsewhere, Patrick Kaddu took his league tally to 12 goals with a brace as champions KCCA recorded a 2-0 away win over Nyamityobora. In fact all top three teams won with second placed Vipers winning through a Brian Nkuubi goal in a 1-0 win over Paidha Black Angels. At Lugogo, Cromwell Rwothomio scored in each half, the second off a well executed counter attack to hand URA a 2-0 win against Police.

There was another brace at the Betway Muteesa II Stadium scored by Ibrahim Kayiwa with Tony Odur adding another as Express run out 3-1 victors over Bright Stars ahead of their third meeting in a space of two weeks due next week in the Uganda Cup semifinals.

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