A number of Ugandan Premier League matches for matchday 17 were played on Tuesday evening across different venues.
Vipers continued with their fine form as they beat Busoga United 4-0 in a match staged at St. Mary's Stadium-Kitende. Elsewhere at Arena of visions, Uganda Revenue Authority registered a 2-0 victory over visiting KCCA.
Let's take a look at the full results;
BUL FC 1-1 Kyetume FC
Kyetume FC forced a 1-1 draw against BUL FC in today's first game of the UPL. Robert Mukongotya gave BUL the lead 72nd minute but a strike from Raymond Walugembe ensured the visitors secure a point away from home.
Vipers SC 4-0 Busoga United FC
League leaders Vipers handed Busoga United a heavy defeat to continue with their good run in the UPL. Aziz Kayondo gave the hosts the lead in the 25th minute before Junior Yunus Sentamu made it 2-0 after the restart of the second half.
In the 65th minute, Busoga's defender handled the ball inside the danger zone and the centre referee pointed for a penalty. Sentamu stepped up and made no mistake, grabbing his second of the game and third for Vipers.
Four minutes to stoppage time, Milton Karisa made it 4-0, a goal that marked a huge victory for the hosts.
Onduparaka 2-1 Kitara FC
Elsewhere, Onduparaka came from a goal down to register a 2-1 victory against visiting Kitara FC. Nathan Olero gave Kitara the lead in the 17th minute before Mahdi Ajobe leveled the scores six minutes later.
In the second half, Noel Nasassira scored the winning goal for the visitors to ensure Kitara go back home without a point.
Uganda Revenue Authority 2-0 Kampala City
At Arena of visions, URA bounced back in style following a 2-0 victory over Kampala City. It was a tight game that saw the game end in a goalless draw in the first half however, at the resumption, Joackiam Ojera scored the opener for URA.
Shafiq Kagimu scored the second for URA to hand Kampala the fifth defeat of the season in the UPL.
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Mbarara City 2-1 Myda FC
Solomon Okwalinga gave Mbarara City the lead before Mark Bassi equalized for Myda in the 33rd minute. It looked as if the game was going for a draw but Raymond Onyai scored the winner at the death to deny Myda a point.
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