KCCA FC bounced back from 3-2 loss to Paidha Black Angels with a 4-0 win over URA FC Junior Team at StarTimes Stadium Lugogo on Sunday evening, to set up a five point gap with Vipers SC in the Treble group.
All four goals were scored in the second half of the game as Sadat Anaku grabbed a brace to take his tally 21 goals before Musa Ramathan and Nicholas Luzige scored the others.
In the same group, second placed Vipers SC demolished bottom placed Police Armless Brigade 5-0 win, Najib Yiga registered a hat-trick, Andrew Kawooya and Ivan Asaba each managed one.
Ndejje University cruised past Paidha Black Angels with a 2-0 win, goals coming through Polycarp Mwaka and Anwari Awadh.
Onduparaka settled for a one all stalement with Maroons in Arua, Onduparaka scored through Anthony Kenty before Innocent Shaban equalized for Maroons.
In the Hat-trick group, Peter Bright Olwendo, Derrick Lubega, Ismail Ssebandake, Desmond Kanene and Thomas Tamale were all on target as Express edged Tooro United by 5-1 at the Betway Muteesa II Stadium, Wankulukuku. Tooro United’s consolation goal was scored by Ivan Ssekidde.
Opaala Edwine Mukisa smashed a hat-trick before Vincent Zziwa and Ashiraf Kawasi got one a piece as Kirinya Jinja SSS got passed SC Villa 5-3 in Jinja, Villa’s goals were all scored by Benson Muhindo.
BUL FC JT tops the hat-trick group with 29 points followed by Kirinya Jinja SSS JT with 24 points, on the bottom of the table is SC Villa with just seven points.
Kirinya Jinja SSS 0-0 Bright Stars
Tooro United JT 1-0 SC Villa
Nyamityobora FC 1-0 Mbarara City
BUL FC 1-1 Bright Stars
KCCA FC 4-0 URA
Onduparaka 1-1 Maroons
Ndejje University 2-0 Paidha Black Angels
Vipers 5-0 Police Armless Brigade
Express 5-1 Tooro United
Kirinya Jinja SSS 5-1 SC Villa