Thursday, November 18
•Ndejje University FC 2-0 Calvary FC
•Proline FC 0-1 Maroons FC
•Blacks Power FC 3-0 MYDA FC
•Kyetume FC 1-1 Kitara FC
•Kataka FC 1-1 Nyamityobora FC
Kyetume conceded a late goal to draw with Kitara in a FUFA Big League game at Nakisunga Ssaza ground.
The Slaughters were on course for their second straight win before John Stewart Mwesigwa headed in from a corner in the 90th minute to silence a sizeable crowd.
Substitute Ezra Bida, on for Emmanuel Kalyowa, fired home from a distance to put Kyetume ahead in the second half.
Kyetume missed a couple of chances and striker Baker Buyala will take the biggest blame after heading wide late in the game to fluff a chance that would have stored the team’s lead in added minutes.
Kalyowa earlier missed a keeper-to-beat after he was put through by Vincent Kasoki.
Kasoki, facing his former side, headed into the side net, Buyala had a goal ruled out for offside while Ezra Kaye Kizito rattled the crossbar after a well weighed cross by Dan Birikwalira.
Kitara were mere pedestrians in the first half but improved in the second and started to grow as the game progressed.
Their best opportunity saw Zakayo Kizito cut from inside before hitting the side net with a keeper to beat chance.
Coach David Mutono has built a force at Kyetume but he will feel disappointed by the result and the manner in which they conceded that late goal.
Kitara also move to four points after that comeback against Blacks Power.
Kyetume XI – Jamil Malyamungu, Robert Nyanzi, Dan Birikwalira, Charles Musoke, Felix Okot, Rahumatar Kagimu, Emmanuel Kalyowa, Steven Kabuye, Vincent Kasoki, Ezra Kaye, Baker Buyala
Subs – Austin Opoka, Joshua Kigozi, Julius Lule, Henry Orom, Ezra Bida, David Oyedda Seyi, Denis Lubowa
Coach – David Mutono
Kitara FC XI – Musoke Hillington, Enjama Richard, Mugume Patrick, Maxwell Owachigiu, Siraji Hamza Mumbele, Charles Kyomuhendo, Businge Ivan, Monday Dennis, Henry Kayondo, Oscar Munihizi, Edison Agondeze
Subs – Mwesigwa JohnStewart, Kasaija David, Okot Simon, Zakayo Kizito, Bwambale Godwin, Peter Lomoro
Coach – Richard Makumbi.