Thursday, August 10
•SC Villa 2-1 Maroons
•BUL FC 1-0 Vipers SC
Friday, August 11
•Wakiso Giants Vs KCCA
•URA Vs Bright Stars
Vipers’ chances of defending the FUFA Super Eight were ended on first attempt by BUL who won 1-0 at Njeru.
Samuel Ssekamatte scored the only goal of the game to send BUL through to the semifinals.
It’s a poor start for Vipers new Brazilian gaffer Leo Neiva whose side will now drop to classification games.
The main highlight came in the second half when Livingston Mulondo brought down Reagan Kalyowa for the referee to point to the spot.
And Ssekamatte, formerly at Arua Hill and Bright Stars, got the better of Fabien Mutombora for the only goal of the game
Vipers had two goals ruled out for offside – Fumador Awisome and Lumala Abdu – in a game they failed to ask enough questions.
Vipers who confirmed a friendly with Mamelodi Sundowns, will play Maroons in the classification games.
BUL on the other hand, face SC Villa in the semifinal.
Vipers – Fabien Mutombora, Ashraf Mandela, Isa Mubiru, Livingston Mulondo, Hillary Mukundane, Patrick Mbowa, Siraje Sentamu, David Bagoole, Yunus Sentamu, Fumador Asiwome, Milton Karisa
BUL – Tom Ikara, Ronald Otti, Nicholas Mwere, Walter Ochora, Douglas Muganga, George Kasonko, Jerome Kirya, Pascal Ngobi, Samuel Ssekamatte, Reagan Kalyowa, Martin Aprem