The first leg of the 2022 Masaza Cup quarter finals take center stage today Sunday 18th September with group winners, Singo, Busiro and Buwekula all making trips.
Two time champions Ssingo who are vying for a third championship make a trip to Nakisunga Saza ground for a clash with Kyaggwe. Having topped Masengere group, Ssingo have an upper hand in the fixture and with them away in the first leg, they can have the work done at home in the return leg next weekend.
Busiro who are winless (no title) are also making a trip to Kabulasoke PTC for a tie against record winners Gomba (5). Having topped Muganzirwazza group with 25 points, the most of any other team in the competition this season, the Nsubuga Paul (Mp Busiro South) managed side are much fancied to use well the advantage of visiting Gomba first though this remains the game to watch.
Two time champions and title holders Buddu who finished second in Masengere group are at home (Masaka Recreation Ground) against three time champions Mawokota. Mawokota advanced to this round as one of the two best third placed teams along with Kyaggwe. The match is a difficult one to predict with both side having a mixed start to the season.
Bulange group winners and last edition’s runners up Buwekula will be away to Muganzirwazza group runners up Bulemeezi in a replica of 2012 finals the latter won. Bulemeezi, named as the best organized side at the meeting to review group stages are not an easy side but Buwekula is fancied to be victorious over the two legs.
Masaza Cup Quarter Final Fixtures
Bulemeezi vs Buwekula at Kasana Playground Luweero
Gomba vs Busiro at Kabulasoke PTC Grounds
Kyaggwe vs Ssingo at Nakisunga Saza Grounds
Buddu Saza FC Vs Mawokota at Masaka Recreation Grounds
All matches to be played at 3pm