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Maroons end Victors tittle dream as Bunnamwaya thumps Gulu

[Posted 12 May 2011]
[By Charles Malingha]
Maroons end Victors tittle dream as Bunnamwaya thumps Gulu

Maroons F.C yesterday ended Victors tittle dream, following Muzamil Mutyaba’s stoppage time score at Kakindu Stadium making it 1-0 in Jinja  yesterday.

Bunnamwaya’s hopes of defending the Ecobank Super League gong stayed as first half braces each from midfielders Saddam Juma and Mike Mutyaba swept away bottom side Gulu 4-0 at Nakivubo.

The thrashing lifted Edward Golola’s outfit over KCC to second on 44 points with four games to go. Bunnamwaya’s Kizito Lwagga was red-carded. However, KCC on 41 points have played 21games, one less than Bunnamwaya.

Masaka’s relegation fears were not helped by Robert Nakyenarine’s 72nd minute goal that handed fourth-placed Simba a 1-0 win and propelled them to 39 points. James Magala’s Masaka remain fourth from bottom on 20 points.

At Kakindu Stadium, Victors coach George Nsimbe described the last minute goal conceded by goalkeeper Benjamin Ochan as "silly".

With the clock ticking and Victors on the offensive, Maroons’ Muzamil, out of desperation than improvisation, let go of the ball from the centre arc to beat Ochan who was lingering way off his line.

This is the second time Ochan is conceding such a goal after a carbon copy in Kobs’ 2-1 win over Tanzania last month. The vital win moved Maroons to 22 points, one place off relegation.

The other real drop candidates, Utoda and Fire Masters ended the match goalless and with a man less each after referee Mohamad Kongola sent off two players for unsporting behaviour.

Fire Masters’ Kassim Kasule and Utoda’s Noah Mukangotisa were shown marching orders after they were involved in hostile exchanges of fists. The result leaves both sides on 19 points and in real danger of Big League football next season.

At Namboole, Express continued their unconvincing run, posting a goalless draw with Police, who themselves are not certain of topflight football next season just yet.

Both Express (33 points) and Police (24) remain unmoved in seventh and ninth respectively despite the point picked.

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