Friday 17th December
Bul FC 0-0 Bright Stars
Onduparaka 1-1 URA FC
Mbarara City 0-0 Wakiso Giants
Express 1-0 Gaddafi
BUL FC and Bright Stars played out a goalless draw in a league game held at the Kyabazinga Stadium in Bugembe, Jinja City on Friday.
In a game that a saw limited chances, nothing could separate the two sides after the entire 90 minutes.
However, Bul will feel un lucky for not walking away with the three points on the day, after Richard Wandyaka missed from the spot before half time.
The opening exchanges saw a closely contested affair, as both sides barely created clear cut chances.
However, the hosts who were dorminant could have scored one before half time, but Wandyaka’s effort from a penalty in the 38th minute was well saved by Bright Stars goalkeeper Simon Tamale.
For the Visitors, they had a few chances to score but missed a couple. Marvin Youngman shot wide while infront of goal, Joseph Janjali saw his effort kiss the cross bar to go wide.
In the second stanza, it was the same situation as both sides failed to convert the few available chances in the game.
Speaking after the game, Bright Stars head coach Simon Peter Mugerwa expressed his disappointment with the result given that fact that they missed on many occasions to score.
“We missed many chances, we are disappointed that we had worked on that in our previous game, we have tried that on the counter attacks but the boys didn’t convert the chances. We shall go back to the drawing board and do more on that, but am proud of the boys, defensively they are working hard, and more Committed, he told the pressmen after the game.
The result saw Bul FC move to the second position with 21 points after eleven games played. (W6, D3, L2).
For Bright Stars, they move to the 13th position with 7 points after 10 games played. (W1, L5, D4)
What Next- Brght Stars will host Vipers next week on Tuesday at Kavumba while Bul FC will be away to UPDF FC the following day.
Saidi Keni GK, Douglas Muganga, Richard AYiko, Walter Ochora, Hillary Onek, George Kasonko, Ibrahim Kazindula, Richard Wandyaka, Musa Esenu, Dickson Niwamanya, Simon Peter Okech
Simon Tamale GK, Andrew Kaggwa,.Derrick Ngoobi, Allan Katwe, Andrew Kyambadde, Derrick Kiggundu, Ivan Irinimbabazi, Marvin Youngman, Methodius Jungu, Joseph Janjali, Nelson Senkatuka