FUFA Big League
Thursday 8th December
Match Day 9 Results
Adjumani TC 1-0 Kataka FC
Kitara FC 5-1 Ndejje University FC
Luweero United 0-0 Police FC
Soroti City FC 2-3 Calvary FC
Mbarara City FC 3-1 Kyetume FC
Kaaro Karungi FC 0-0 NEC FC
Northern Gateway FC 1-1 Lugazi FC
Booma FC 3-3 Jinja North United FC
Forward Patrick Henry Kaddu was on target as his side Kitara FC walloped Ndejje University FC 5-1 in a FUFA Big league game held at Kigaaya play ground on Thursday.
Kaddu scored in the 1st minute of the game scoring from a rebound as the Royals picked a deserved victory.
Patrick Mugume, Edson Agondeze (brace) and Ronald Kayondo scored the other goals as Kitara bagged maximum points.
Vincent Abigaba scored the only goal for Ndejje University as they suffered another defeat on the road.
The win, sixth for Kitara ensured they bounced back to winning ways. They remain on top with 20 points after 9 games so far in the season.
Kick off time at Kigaaya play grounds was delayed after a heavy downpour on Thursday evening.
But later after a couple of minutes, the game started despite waterlogged surface at Kigaaya.
Kaddu gave his side a bright start in the first minute of the game when he tapped in home after Moses Sseruyide’s free kick was parried into his way. Kaddu’s goal was his 10th this season from nine games.
The hosts, Kitara, kept on pushing for another and it paid off in the 42nd minute through Mugume, who headed in home to ensure that his side were two goals ahead before the break.
After the break, with four minutes into the second half, the Visitors pulled one goal back from through Abigaba as they tried to stage a come back.
But Kitara responded well at the hour mark with the third goal through Agondeze, who scored from a rebound after Sseruyide’s initial effort had been saved.
Agondeze later completed his brace in the 70th minute before substitute Kayondo put the icing on the cake seven minutes later to seal a deserved win for the Royals.
Victory ensured that Kitara extended their lead at the top and now moved to 20 points. They are just a point above second placed Mbarara City, who beat Kyetume 3-1 on the same day at Kakyeka.
For Ndejje, they suffer their fourth loss of the season and now remain on nine points collected from nine games.