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10 man KCCA FC share spoils with Arua Hills

KCCA FC earned their first point in the ongoing season when they played out a 1-1 draw with Arua hills at Paridi Stadium. It was the first point for Arua hills too.

Gaddafi Wahab gifted Arua hills an early lead in the 14th minute when he tapped home past goalkeeper Anthony Emojong. At the finish of first half, KCCA FC leveled matters. This was after a well taken corner that saw Peter Magambo volley in for Filbert Obenchan who headed in.

In the second half in the 85th minute, Peter Magambo was shown marching orders after a second bookable offence. The results left KCCA FC in the 16th place after collecting only one point in the opening six games.

Apparently Arua hills occupy the 15th place after also collecting one point in the opening six games. KCCA FC will next play Vipers on 10th November at MTN Omondi Stadium.

Elsewhere, BUL FC maintained their perfect start after winning their sixth consecutive game, they edged URA FC on a 1-0 score courtesy of Alex Kitata’s stunner in the 50th minute.

Mbarara City FC played out a 1-1 draw with Soltilo Bright Stars at Kakyeka StadiumJoseph Akandwanaho and Nelson Senkatuka scored for either sides.

Tuesday results

Arua hills 1-1 KCCA FC

Vipers SC 3-0 Wakiso Giants


Mbarara City FC 1-1 Soltilo Bright Stars

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