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Proline edge Kyetume in penalties to seal cup final slot

By Peter Tabu

Proline FC qualified for the finals of the Uganda cup for the first time in the club’s history after edging fellow big league side Kyetume FC 4-3 in post match penalties.

Kyetume won the game 2-1 on Sunday afternoon at the StarTimes stadium Lugogo, living the aggregate tied on 3-3 aggregate after Proline one the first leg in Mukono with the similar margin.

Kyetume FC known for having veteran players started off well with centre referee Robert Donney awarding a penalty in the 35th after a scramble in the box.

Although it was unlikely a Proline player handled the ball, Donney stuck to his guns and Cephas Kambugu stepped up the give the visitors the lead.

The visitors managed to keep the lead till the break and after recess, Proline kept dealing with attack after attack and also had midfielder Kintu Sam substituted for Bonyo Ibrahim.

The change proved vital as Bonyo connected with Bright Anukani’s cross to level matters in the 67th minute.

Bright Anukani, Bonyo and Nurudin Bunjo all squandered several chances that could have given Proline the lead and they would regret it as veteran midfielder Patrick Ochan rose highest to nod home and make it 2-1 with nine minutes to play.

With the result balanced like the first leg, penalties looked to be the only option to determine the winner.

Mustapaha Mujuzi, Joseph Mandela, Bright Anukani and Hakim Kiwanuka scored for Proline while Begesa James was the only missed spot kick.

For the visitors, veteran Vincent Kayizi along with Tohamera Benon’s missed spot kicks cost the side despite Denis Lubowa, Cephas Kambugu and Robert Ssentongo scoring.

Proline coach Shafick Bisaso is pleased with the result despite wasting numerous chances.

“It was a good game with my boys, we fluffed alot of chances in the first half,” Proline coach Shafik Bisaso told www.football-256.com before adding.

“Also the boys got tired but and I think going forward we shall need to work on scoring that is what we shall work on, for now priority is gaining promotion.”

Proline will now wait to the winner between Bright Stars and Express with the return leg set for 9th of May at Wankulukuku, the aggregate is tied at one all.


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