Up to six games were played in StarTimes FUFA Big League on Thursday at different grounds and 12 goals were scored, an averaging of two goals in every game despite registering barren draws.
Kiboga maintained their lead in Rwenzori group with 11 points, following their 2-1 win against Kitara FC at Bamusussuta SS Ground.
At Bishops SS Grounds in Mukono, Kansai Plascon FC found it easy to get a win on the day by beating Kabale Sharp 2-0 to remain second in Rwenzori group with 10 points.
Meanwhile, struggling Bumate United FC got their first points of the season after their 1-0 win against Ntinda United FC at Christ HS grounds in Bundibugyo but remain tenth in an 11 team Rwenzori group.
In Elgon group, Light SS FC maintained their stay at the summit of the 11 team log with 11 points, following their 1-1 away draw with Kataka FC at CRO Sanisiro grounds in Mbale.
Elsewhere, Bukedea Town Council FC thrashed UPDF FC 2-0 at Bombo grounds in Luwero while Amuka Bright Stars FC outcompeted Entebbe FC with a 2-0 away win to remain second with nine points.
Action in the Elgon group returns on Thursday with Doves All Stars hosting JMC Hippos FC at Green Light Stadium in Arua.
On Sunday, Nebbi Central FC will host JMC Hippos FC at Nebbi grounds. Wakiso Giants will go back to the top of the Elgon Group if they defeat Kyetume FC at Nakisunga Saaza grounds.
On Monday, Kira United FC welcomes Mujib Kasule’s Proline FC at Mandela National Stadium Namboole, a game Proline FC will need to win to top the Rwenzori group, and they currently lie third on 10 points.
The golden boot race is led by Proline FC’s Ivan Bogere on four goals, trailed by Amuka Bright Stars’ Nsubuga Bronson and Kiboga Young’s Lomoro Peter both on three
Kansai Plascon 2-0 Kabale Sharp FC
Kiboga Young 2-1 Kitara FC
Bumate United FC 1-0 Ntinda Christ HS
Entebbe FC 0-2 Amuka Bright Stars
Kataka FC 1-1 Light SSS FC
UPDF FC 0-2 Bukedea T/C FC
Doves All Stars Vs JMC Hippos FC
Nebbi Central FC Vs JMC Hippos FC
Kyetume FC Vs Wakiso Giants FC
Kira United Vs Proline FC