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Stanbic Uganda Cup: Bright Stars road to the final

By Football256 Team

The Uganda’s domestic footballing season will be closed down on Saturday, May 25th 2019 with the Stanbic Uganda Cup final between Bright Stars and Proline at Masaka Recreation Grounds.

Bright Stars are aiming at winning their first ever major trophy and pave the way for representing Uganda in the 2019/2020 Total Caf Confederations Cup. They are taking on another debutant in the final in Proline. This is how Bright Stars got here.

Round of 64: Bright Stars 4-0 Kazo Excel FC

The Fred Kajoba coached side started their campaign with a comfortable 4-0 home win over Kazo Excel FC. James Angu scored twice before Jamil Kaliisa and Juma Katende added the other two to ensure a round of 32 spot.

Round of 32: Bumate United 1-1 Bright Stars (Pen. 3-5)

Bright Stars almost faced an early elimination from the tournament at the hands of Bumate United. They needed to go into spot kicks in order to eject Bumate United away from home 5-3 on penalties, the game had ended 1-1 in normal time.

Round 16: URA 1-2 Bright Stars

At the round 16, a convincing win over URA at National Stadium Namboole gave them belief, especially after they eliminated a URA side that was in top form at the time.

Jamil Kalisa’s double against the tax collectors guided the visitors into the last eight of the competition. Shafic Kagimu’s only goal was not enough to save Sam Ssimbwa’s side.

Quarterfinals: Nebbi Central 0-1 Bright Stars
They made the long trip to West Nile to face Fufa Big League minnows Nebbi Central and they went ahead to win the game by 1-0, Brian Kayanja was the hero of that game.

Semifinal: 1st leg: Bright Stars 1-1 Express
At the time, Express FC were in their own soul searching mood, they were hungry for silverware, the first leg at Champions Stadium Mwererwe ended in a one-all stalemate.

Michael Birungi scored for the visitors before Nelson Senkatuka brought matters on level terms for the hosts.

Semifinal: 2nd leg – Express 1-1 Bright Stars (Bright stars advanced 4-2 on penalties)

In the return leg at Betway Muteesa II Stadium Wankulukuku, both sides couldn’t be separated after normal time, John Revita scored for Express before substitute James Angu levelled matters for Bright Stars.

The game had to be divided by spot kicks, Bright Stars went on and win 4-3, Goalkeeper Hamuzah Muwonge was the hero after saving three penalties as Bright Stars reached their first ever Uganda Cup final.

Uganda Cup (formerly Kakungulu cup) Winners since 1971
1971 –Coffee F.C
1972-1975-Not Held
1976– Gangama F.C
1977– Simba F.C
1978 – Nsambya F.C
1979 – KCC F.C
1980 – KCC F.C
1981 – Coffee F.C
1982 – KCC F.C
1983 – SC Villa F.C
1984 – KCC F.C
1985 – Express F.C
1986 – SC Villa F.C
1987 – KCC F.C
1988 – SC Villa
1989 – SC Villa
1990 – KCC F.C
1991 – Express F.C
1992 – Express F.C
1993 – KCC F.C
1994 – Express F.C
1995 – Express F.C
1996 – UEB S.C
1997 – Express F.C
1998 – SC Villa
1999 – Mbale Heroes S.C
2000 – SC Villa
2001 – Express F.C
2002 – SC Villa
2003 – Express F.C
2004 – KCC F.C
2005 – URA F.C
2006 – Express F.C
2007 – Express F.C
2007/8 – Victors S.C
2008/9 – SC Villa
2009/10 – Victors S.C
2010/11 – Simba S.C
2011/12 – URA F.C
2013/2013 – Sports Club Victoria University
2013/2014 – URA F.C
2014/2015 – Sc Villa Jogoo
2015/2016-Vipers SC
2016/2017-KCCA FC
2017/2018-KCCA FC

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