Match day 29-Result.
Police 2-5 BUL.
Gaddafi 1-0 KCCA FC
Express FC 0-0 UPDF
Wakiso Giants 1-2 Vipers
Onduparaka 1-3 Bright Stars
URA FC 2-3 Busoga United
Mbarara City 8-2 Tooro United
Police FC have been relegated to Big League after a 5-2 loss to BUL at Lugogo.
Ibrahim Nsimbe’s brace, Simon Oketch, Martin Aprem and Owen Mukisa goals were the final nails in Police coffin.
Frank Kalanda’s brace was not enough as Police go down with a game to spare.
And with 28 points after 29 games, Police cannot erase their four-point deficit adrift of safety.
Police has now completed the relegation puzzle, joining Mbarara and Tooro United who got relegated earlier.
Just after 14 minutes, Oketch sent Visitors into the lead when he a put Jeromy Kirya’s effort to a good use.
In the 36th minute, Kalanda leveled matters from a penalty kick following Walter Ochora’s hand ball in forbidden area.
Few minutes to halftime, Nsimbe reclaimed visitors lead when he tapped in Martin Aprem’s teasing ball.
Fiver minutes after the restart, Oketch had a chance to complete his brace in an empty net but his shot went few inches wide at far post.
Few moments later, Police thought they had scored but Kalanda’s header was ruled offside to cut his celebration short .
Mugenyi pulled a brilliant save when he swept away Nsimbe’s goal keeper-to-beat chance.
With 15 minutes to play, Nsimbe completed his brace when he made a good run after recieving from Oktech before beating Mugenyi to put the game out of reach for the Cops.
In 80th minute, Aprem put it to bed when he scored in an empty net, capitalising on Mugenyi’s howler who failed to win the ball out of his box.
With five minutes to play, Kalanda pulled another one back when he scored a beauty off Herman Wasswa’s assist
BUL was not done yet, at the death of the game, Substitute Mukisa put himself on the scoresheet when he produced a brilliant diving header off Ibrahim Kazindula’s corner kick to humiliate the host.
Police will complete the season with Vipers at Kitende while BUL will host Villa .
Police FC – Sadat Mugenyi, Eddy Kapampa, Duncan Seninde, George Kiryowa, Eric Ssenjobe, Joseph Sentumu, Tony Mawejje, Yusuf Ssozi, Herman Wasswa, Samuel Kayongo, Frank Kalanda.
Kimera, Muwanguzi, Odongo, Mukisa, Kiwalazi.
Emmanuel Kalyowa, Walter Ochora, Douglas Muganga, Aggrey Madoi, Pascal Ngobi, Jeromy Kirya, Simon Oketch, Martin Aprem, Hilary Onek, Ibrahim Nsimbe, Richard Wandyaka.
John Okurut, Reagan Kalyowa, Ibrahim Mugulusi, Owen mukisa, Ivan Wani, Allan Kiggundu, Ibrahim Kazindula.