Onduparaka will always have sleepless nights ahead of their fixtures against KCCA as it has turned out to be a goal fiesta every when they visit the 13 time league Champions. It should be remembered that in February 2017, KCCA FC beat Onduparaka 7:0 still here at Lugogo.
KCCA FC have on match day two of the Star Times Uganda Premier League humiliated visitors Onduparaka when they thrashed them with an emphatic 8:0 victory.
New signing Brian Aheebwa was the hero of the day when he scored four times to add to his one netted when they beat Bright Stars 2:1 on the opening day of the season.
His four goals today took his tally for the season to five goals and now leads the top scorers sheet with five.
The other four goals came from another arrival Sam Ssenyonjo who hit a hat trick and he's now the second joint goal scorer with Joseph Ssemujju on four behind fellow, Brian Aheebwa.
Defender Herbert Achai scored once to inflict the heaviest defeat on the Caterpillars. The result lifts the Kasasiro Boys to the summit of the table on six points with a goal difference of nine.
In the other matches played, it was a barren draw between URA FC and Bright Stars at the Arena of Visions.
At King George IV Memorial Stadium, home side MYDA FC were at fault when they fell a 3:1 loss to Police FC. Thanks to goals from Ben Ochen who hit a brace (1' 69') and a 26th minute strike from new signing Eric Senjobe who police got from KCCA FC.
Ibra Nsimbe pulled one as consolation for home side MYDA FC.
At FUFA Technical Center Njeru, Visitors BUL got their first win of the season after eating Busoga United 3:1. A hat-trick from Joseph Ssemujju was enough to hand the Oil makers a deserved away win. Joram Kirya pulled one for Busoga United who remained glued at the bottom of the table.
Wakiso Giants playing at Kabaka Kyabaggu stadium played to a two all draw with Kyetume.
Match day two continues on Wednesday 9th December with SC Villa taking on Mbarara City at Bombo military grounds.
Kitara will play host to UPDF at Kavumba Recreation Ground.