URA FC returned to winning ways on Wednesday thanks to a 3-2 victory over MYDA FC at the King George V Stadium in Tororo.
Cromwell Rwothomio was the star of the show, netting a hat trick for the Tax Collectors while Ibrahim Nsimbe and Norman Ojick scored for the home side.
URA may have registered their third successive victory on the road this season but had coach Sam Siimbwa was left unimpressed by his side’s performance.
“We played just above average and we have not played as well as I wanted. Said Simbwa after the game.
“The way we conceded the two goals was not proper.
“Yes we scored three goals but conceding two goals was not good at all and we must go back to the drawing board to rectify the mistakes we made.”
The Tax Collectors face Wakiso Giants FC in their next fixture.
Despite coming up against an unbeaten side, Simbwa insists his side will try to take home all three points.
“We are going to do our best to silence Wakiso giants.
“We are going for a win although we have got some injured players but we pray by the time we play against Wakiso, they will have recovered.”
The gaffer was also full of praise for his striker Rwothomio who scored his first treble of the season.
“As a coach, i am so happy for him.
“I trusted him going into the game despite training for two days and he has pre-paid the faith.”
The win elevated URA to third spot on the log with 13 points, six behind leaders Police FC.