In Rwenzori Group, there were wins for Tooro United, Proline FC, Water and Luweero United during the Startimes FUFA Big League match day 11 actions that was played on Thursday evening.
Terrazzo and Tiles 2-3 Tooro United (Kakyeka Stadium)
Rwenzori group leaders Tooro United extended their lead to 6 points clear at the top of the log following a 3-2 win over Terrazo and Tiles at Kakyeka stadium on Thursday evening.
Mark Nsubuga, Geoffrey Akol and Bogere Abdallah were all on target to hand Edward Golola’s charges their 8th win of the season.
Skipper Patrick and Emmanuel Obi (penalty) scored consolation goals for Terrazzo who were condemned to their 6th defeat of the season.
Victory means Tooro United maintained their lead at the top of table with 23 points after 11 games while Terrazzo are rooted at bottom of the log with 7 points after 11 games.
Both teams are back in action on Sunday June 6 when Tooro United travel to Ndejje to take on Ndejje University at Arena of Vision while Terrazzo will host Water FC at Kakyeka stadium.
Proline FC 4-0 Nyamityobora (MTN Omondi)
Proline Football Club moved to the second place of the log with a 4-0 victory over Nyamityobota at MTN Omondi on Thursday evening.
Ivan Ocholit bagged a brace while Bunjo Noordin and Brain Umony scored a goal each as Proline outgunned Nyamityobora.
The result sees Proline FC leapfrogged Nyamityobora to the second place of the log with 20 points after 11 games while Nyamityobora are in the third place with 18 points after 11 games.
Both teams are back in action on when Nyamityoboro host Kigezi Home Boys at Kakyeka stadium on Saturday June 4th while Proline are away to Luweero United at Kosovu Grounds in Kasana the next day.
Water FC 2-1 Ndejje University (Kavumba Ground)
Victory means Water FC moved level on points with Kigezi who are on the 6th place of the log with 11 points after 11 games while Ndejje University dropped to the 5th place of the log with 12 points after 11 games.
At Kavumba Recreational Grounds, Water Football Club stunned Ndejje University with a 2-1 victory on Thursday evening.
Both teams are back in action on Sunday June 5 when Ndejje University host Tooro United at Arena of Vision while Water FC travel to Mbarara City to face Terrazzo and Tiles.
Kigezi Home Boys 1-2 Luweero United (Kabale Municipal Grounds)
Lastly in Kabale, Luweero United FC beat Kigezi 2-1 at Kabale Municipal grounds on Thursday evening.
The result means Luweero United leapfrogged Ndejje University and Kigezi to the 4th place of the log while Kigezi dropped to the 6th place of the log with 11 points after 11 games.
Both teams are back in action when Luweero United host Proline at Kavumba on Sunday June 5 while Kigezi face Nyamityobora at Kakyeka stadium a day before.