Following the climax of matchday two in the FUFA Women Super League, only two teams have won their opening two games.
Kampala Queens FC and Uganda Martyrs High School WFC have gathered six points from just as many, so far.
After thrashing newly promoted side Asubo Gafford LFC 5-0 on matchday one, Kampala Queens edged defending champions She Corporate 2-1 on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Uganda Martyrs were 2-0 victors over Rines Secondary School WFC, before winning an eight-goal 5-3 thriller against Gafford on Saturday.
At the helm of the 10-team log, Kampala Queens and Uganda Martyrs are separated by goal difference with the former placed first, while the latter is positioned second.
Newbies, Makerere University WFC registered their first win of the season when they edged Lady Doves 1-0 on Saturday and they are in third place with four points having drawn one-all with Corporate a week ago.
UCU Lady Cardinals FC and Olila High School WFC have played once and are tied on three points but the former occupies the fourth position with a better goal difference.
Olila’s win came a week ago when they edged Lady Doves 1-0 whereas UCU defeated Rines 2-0 on Saturday.
Corporate’s title defense has begun on a wrong note and they are placed sixth with one point.
Doves, Rines, and Gafford are the three teams yet to register a single point after two games.
Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC is the only team yet to play a single game given that they had an engagement in the just concluded FEASSSA games.