Mbarara City drove into Luzira Prisons grounds and collected three points to become the third team to hit the 30-point mark.

South Sudan under-23 striker Makweth Wol gave the visitors the lead just eight minutes into the game tapping in an Ibrahim Orit’s effort that the keeper had failed to handle.

New signing Ivan Eyam sealed the victory in the second minute of added time to send the westerners to the 30-point class.

Mbarara City goalie Ali Kimera was chosen the man of the match and awarded the hundred thousand shillings from Pilsner.

Maroons, who recently parted ways with their head coach George Nsiimbe, continue to sink deeper and are just three points away from the danger zone.

The Ankole Lions, with 32, are eight and five points behind the leaders KCCA and defending champions Vipers SC.