By Edwin Kyle Kule
Kawempe Muslim head coach Moses Nkata has noted that the three points bagged from their opening game build positive momentum in the club’s camp.
Kawempe Muslim registered a deserved 4-0 win over Kampala Queens in the second game of the day in the FUFA Women’s Super League at the FUFA Technical Center on Monday afternoon.
“Winning the first game gives us energy and self-esteem hence a positive mood in our camp,” Nkata told media after the game.
“The win has proved that we can go all the way. Scoring four goals is not something usual but today we managed it so I will accord all the credit to the players,” he added.
“To many, it will look like we faced a weak team but I think we played a strong team.”
“To those that watched the game, it is clear that chances went both sides though the difference is we managed to utilise ours,” Nkata said.
Nkata’s charges had a perfect start of the game, finding the opener within five minutes through Margret Kunihira low drive while Juliet Nalukenge scuffed a chance to add a second moments later.
Rhoda Nanziri and Allen Nyanzi scored in quick succession in the second half to extend Kawempe’s advantage before Hadijjah Nandago put the game to bed with a fourth.
Action from group A of the FWSL continues on April 20 with Kawempe hosting joint leaders Uganda Martyrs before Tooro Queens face Makerere University.