New league entrants, "The Purple Sharks", Wakiso Giants yesterday 11th September, 2019 toppled the sixteen team log with a one all stalemate with home side Bright stars at an unplayable soggy Betway Muteesa II Stadium, Wankulukuku.
The game played at waterly soaked Wankulukuku pitch saw an early goal for the Wakiso side in the 4th minute. Tom Masiko converted from the 12 yard spot after Hassan Ssenyonjo was fouled in the forbidden area.
Bright stars FC levelled matters in the 60th minute through Ronald Nkonge's first touch of the ball after coming on as a substitute.
Bright Stars' Farouk Katongole walked home with the Pilsner man of the match accolade.
A point to the Giants mean they top the table on seven points from four matches, two wins-against URA FC and Tooro United, one draw against Bright Stars and a loss of KCCA FC.
Bright stars are 15th on only two points from four matches and in relegation zone.
The good performance of Hassan Ssenyonjo have also attracted attention of the U20 coach and he was summoned to join the team preparing for the CECAFA U20 championship.
Bright stars made another change, bringing on Moses Okot for Kaliisa Jamil.
Wakiso Giants handed debut to Krizestom Ntambi who came on for Hakeem Ssenkumba. The other change saw Duncan Sseninde come on for Hassan Ssenyonjo.
Sam Ssekito and Moses Okello of Bright Stars, Fahad Kawooya of Wakiso giants were the match's cautions.
Wakiso Giants are back in action on Saturday 14th September, 2019 at Kabaka Kyabaggu Stadium, Wakiso hosting BUL FC who lost 3:0 to Busoga United in Jinja derby in the other day's fixture.
Bright Stars will have a trip to Luzira Prisons grounds to face Maroons on the same day .
Wakiso Giants FC starting IX.
1.Derrick Emukule, 2.Kateregga Muwadda, 5.Simon Namwanja, 16.Fahad Kawooya, 26.Ibrahim Kiyemba, 6.Hakeem Ssenkumba, 7.Tom Masiko, 12. Hassan Ssenyonjo, 30.Bukenya Lawranc