The University Football League of the University Football League has docked six points and as many goals from Makerere University.
This follows the ugly scenes in their game against YMCA in May this year.
Then, the game was suspended after rowdy Makerere fans stormed the pitch when YMCA completed their 2-1 comeback.
John Ndugu headed in the second goal for YMCA, and all hell broke loose when MUK students stormed the pitch and missiles and running battles ensued.
The game had earlier seen stoppages – Even before kickoff, Makerere students entered the pitch to watch their side warm up from close range.
They also uprooted YMCA sign-post on their way out of Buwambo when Police was forced to fire tear gas!
It’s strong to note that Makerere are returning from a four-year ban due to fans hooliganism.
And the committee has slapped them with a suspended five-year ban – This means that if they commit the same hooliganism again, they will be banned for five years again.
Makerere who had earlier beaten Mbarara and St Lawrence, can appeal the ruling in 48 hours. They have also been fined Sh1m.
In other rulings; University of Kisubi have been fined Sh500,000 for attempted player suspension after one of their players tried to pretend to be Amos Tugume before kickoff of their game against Muni University.
International University of East Africa have lost their match against Victoria University “because their players were not ready to play within 1 hour of the scheduled kickoff. They have also been fined Sh500000 for attempting to field non-licenced players.