Sunday, September 18
*Kampala Queens 5-0 Asubo Gafford
*Uganda Martyrs 2-0 Riness
*Olila High WFC 1-0 Lady Doves
FUFA women super League money bags Kampala Queens handed newcomers Asubo Gafford Ladies a rude welcome in the top flight.
The Queens won 5-0 to get off the mark in a one-sided game at IUIU Kabojja play ground.
Goals from Sumaya Komuntale, Shamirah Nalugya, Resty Nanziri, Margaret Kunihira and Lilian Mutuuzo handed Kampala Queens a strong start.
Kampala Queens now take an early lead at the table with a better goal difference.
Defender and new signing Komuntale put the hosts ahead with just seven minutes in the game after curling in a beautiful free-kick.
Kampala Queens pushed Asubo Gafford to the ropes and dominated play which saw Nalugya double their lead in the 34th minute to take a comfortable halftime lead.
With just seven minutes into the second stanza, striker Nanziri registered her name on the score sheet with a goal in the 52nd minute to put the Queens in a 3-0 lead.
Kunihira and second half substitute Mutuuzo added the icing on the cake to complete a thumping.
Having invested a lot in the transfer market, Kampala Queens’ target in the 2022/2023 season is nothing less than a title which they lost last season by just a goal difference.
Kampala Queens XI – Prima Mugidde (GK), Jude Sanyu, Asia Nakibuuka, Sumaya Komuntale, Lukia Namubiru, Teddy Najjuma, Shamirah Nalugya, Zainah Nandede, Shakira Mutiibwa, Realty Naziri, Margret Kunihira
Asubo Gafford Ladies XI -Elizabeth Babirye (GK), Zainah Namboozo, Patricia Namuli, Linet Nabawanga, Maureen Nangoozi, Lucy Kobusingye, Teddy Nyafwono, Nakayiwa Miriam, Adrine Musiimenta, Nakayi Madinah, Shakira Nagudi