SC Villa yesterday played to a one all stalemate with Busoga United in a game watched by interim FUFA President Justus Mugisha and his Vice Darius Mugoye, accompanied by Exco members Rogers Byamukama, Hamid Juma and Ronnie Kalema.
Busoga United led through experienced Boban Zirintuusa penalty but Villa equalized through Emmanuel Wasswa.
The draw to the Jogos means they have drawn for the third time this season and second in succession following a recent draw against Vipers, they have won three times and losing once to Kyetume.
Villa now stands third on the sixteen team log with twelve points, three less of log leaders Onduparaka.
Kyetume FC are now eleventh on seven points with two wins, one draw and two losses from five matches.
The other day's results.
URA FC 1:1 BUL FC at Namboole.
Vipers 1:0 Proline at St. Mary's Stadium, Kitende.
Tooro United 0:2 Kyetume FC at St. Paul National Seminary, Fort Portal.
Wakiso Giants 2:1 Mbarara City at Betway Muteesa II Stadium, Wankulukuku.
Maroons 0:1 Onduparaka at Luzira Prisons grounds.
KCCA FC 1:1 Bright Stars at Star Times Stadium, Lugogo.
SC Villa starting XI.
Head Coach : Edward Kaziba
Asst Coach : Ibrahim Kirya
GK Coach : Mubarak Kiberu
Team Dr : Emmanuel Nakabago Manager : Joram Mugalu Luyimbazi