Debutants Wakiso Giants Outwit URA FC in a Four Goal Thriller

Posted on Sep 06, 2019
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The Wakiso based Purple Sharks have today 3rd September got their first league win playing at their home Kabaka Kyabaggu Stadium.

Wakiso Giants scored through Tom Matsiko in the first minute of the game, while Karim Nduggwa scored a brace in the 74th and 80th minute to hand the new entrants a deserved win against last season’s third placed team.

The tax collectors through Said Kyeyune in the 8th minute to level matters but would not survive Karim Nduggwa’s striking prowess.

Wakiso Giants had lost their season opener against KCCA FC 1:0 but were facing a URA side that had won 3:0 against Maroons in their opener.

Wakiso Giants handed a debut to their newly signed goalkeeper Derick Emukule after Yasin Mugabi was injured.

Wakiso Giants’ Karim Nduggwa was named the man of the match.

URA will play their next match against Kyetume on Friday 6th September at Namboole stadium whilst Wakiso Giants will tussle it out with Tooro United on Friday 6th September 2019. You’re have today lost 1:0 to Vipers. The game will be played at Kabaka Kyabaggu Stadium.

The other day’s results :

Vipers 1:0 Tooro United at St Mary’s Stadium.

Busoga United 0:1 KCCA FC at FUFA Technical center -Njeru.

Maroons 1:0 Kyetume at Luzira Prisons ground.

Express 1:1 Bright stars at Betway Muteesa II Stadium Wankulukuku.

URA FC starting IX.

1.Alionzi Nafian, 20. Mandela Ashraf, 2.Yeseri Waibi, 17.Nyakojo Benjamin, 5. Paul Mboowa, 16. Said Kyeyune, 6.Kalega Hassan, 8.Kagimu Shafic(C), 7.Ojera Koackiam, 10.Ssenyonga Mikidad, 9.Ntege Anywaru.

Subs.

25.Alitho James, 3.Hudu Muliki, 18.Mutyaba Julius,4.Ntege Ivan 14.Sseruyidde Moses, 12.Sserubiri Ivan.

Wakiso Giants starting IX.

29.Yasin Mugabi, 2.Kateregga Muwadda, 5.Simon Namwanja, 16.Fahad Kawooya, 26.Ibrahim Kiyemba, 6.Hakeem Ssenkumba, 7.Tom Masiko, 12.Hassan Ssenyonjo, 30.Lawrance Bukenya, 11.Vianey Ssekajjugo, 18.Goefrey Sserunkuuma.

Subs.

Derrick Emukule, Karim Nduggwa, Muwadda Mawejje, Duncan Ssenninde, Ayub Kisaliita, Ivan Kiweewa, Aggrey Madoi.

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