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UPL: Five-star BUL trump Maroons to hit second

By Allan Damba
BUL players celebrate a goal in the UPL | BUL Image

Jinja-based side BUL FC put up a brilliant performance to trash Maroons FC 5-0 in the Uganda Premier League on Wednesday at the FUFA Technical Center, Njeru.

The result pushed the Oil Manufacturers to second past Vipers SC, who lost 1-0 to Busoga United on Tuesday. The two tie on 27 points but the former is ahead over goals scored.

Martin Aprem, Ronald Otti, Ibrahim Kazindula, Ivan Wani, and Hilary Onek each scored one for the home side on an evening for the memories.

Following a slightly nervy start, the hosts got into full gear in the 34th minute as Aprem guided Onek’s ball past goalkeeper Simon Tamale, to break the deadlock.

BUL, then doubled their lead at the stroke of halftime as Otti scored instinctively past the helpless Tamale, to wrap up a brilliant first half.

Six minutes after the hour-mark, substitute Wani made it three for the home team, before another substitute Kazindula, made it four, five minutes later.

There was still ample time for another, as the ever dangerous Onek made it rain with a fifth in the 78th minute, for a perfect evening in Jinja.

In second, BUL are just two points adrift of leaders KCCA FC, who are on 29. Meanwhile, Maroons lie 10th on the 15-team log with 15 points.

How they lined up

BUL: Emmanuel Kalyowa (GK), George Kasonko (c), Martin Aprem, Ronald Otti, Douglas Muganga, Karim Ndugwa, Jeremy Kirya, Hilary Onek, Vincent Zziwa, Aggrey Madoi, Ivan Wani.

Substitutions: Frank Kalanda, Pascal Ngoobi, Ibrahim Kazindula, Benon Tahomera, Saidi Keni, Allan Kiggundu, Ibrahim Mugulusi.

Maroons: Simon Tamale (GK), David Ndihabwe (c), Jacob Okao, Fred Amaku, Sula Mpanga, Belmos Opio, Ronald Orombi, Patrick Bayiga, Solomon Walusimbi, Brian Nkuubi, Godwin Kitagenda.

Substitutions: Amir Nalugoda, Arafat Kakonge, Hilary Adima, Abraham kakensa, Fredrick Kigozi.

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