Quarter Final Second Leg
Sunday 24th September
(Kick off time for all 3 Pm)
*Mawokota Vs Buvuma – Buwama (Agg 0-0)
- Buddu Vs Kyadondo – Masaka (Agg 2-1 )
- Buwekula Vs Bulemeezi – St. Peters technical ground ( Agg 0-0)
- Ssingo Vs Gomba – Mityana Ssaza grounds (Agg 1-3)
Ssingo will be hoping to overturn the first leg defeat when they welcome Gomba at Mityana in the Quarter finals second leg of the ongoing Masaza Cup competition.
Ssingo suffered a shocking 3-1 loss to Gomba, in a game held at Kabulasoke last week on Sunday.
Allan Oyirwoth scored a brace that day while Keneth Kimera was also on target for Gomba that day. Gerald Maido scored Ssingo’s only goal as they lost away from home.
It was a poor outing for Ssingo, who have been brilliant in this year’s edition.
And the only task at hand will be to overturn the result more at their own home in Mityana.
At Kabulasoke, despite putting a spirited performance, they looked poor at the back where they conceded avoidable goals.
And on Sunday, at home, they will need to be more clinical upfront and also be at their best defensively.
Youngster Elvis Ssekajugo, who has been Ssingo’s outstanding player will be called upon to be at his best as they seek to overturn the result.
Elsewhere, Buddu will be targeting the semi finals when they welcome Kyadondo at Masaka Recreation grounds in the second leg.
The first meeting at Hormisdallen ended on a poor note as tear gas was used to calm the situation.
With Buddu leading by 2-1 in the 88th minute, Kyadondo players attacked the centre referee citing poor officiation after cancelling what could have been their equaliser in the dying minutes.
That includes sparked off many Kyadondo fans including some of their top officials, who threw chairs into the stadium.
And even prior to this game, Kyadondo had threatened not to appear citing poor officiation in this competition.
But nonetheless, Kyadondo, who matched Buddu at Hormisdallen in every aspect will be hoping to put up a good show at Masaka.