I&M Bank was one of the top performers at the eighth outing of the Corporate League on Sunday at the MUBS Sports ground in Nakawa.
The side won two and drew as many of their four games played in a well attended event.
I&M Bank got off the mark with a deserved 2-0 win over Engie Energies thanks to goals from Phillip Ssempijja and Nicolas Lubowa in each half.
They could have made it two from two when Sadam Kileme’s goal put them ahead against Case Hospital but conceded in the closing stages to settle for a point.
They were made to rue chances in their third game against URA but also defended strongly against a team that asked plenty of questions, to end goalless.
I&M Bank then returned to winning ways in their last game of the eventful day thanks to a 1-0 win over Uganda Breweries Limited.
I&M Bank also competed in the tug of war where Captain Sadam Kileme was in staring role as the side proved too stronger for PESPI in straight sets.
“The objectives we set at the beginning of the season are not about to change. We take this competition very seriously and want to finish in the top ten position at the end of the season. Today has been a fair outing as we picked more than half of the points that were available,” said I&M Bank captain Sadam Kileme.