The Azam Uganda Premier League had a successful completion of match day 19.

There were four outright victories and four draws a piece in the eight games played.

Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) returned to winning ways, earning a 2-0 victory against Police in the all Namboole affair.

January 2018 signings Moses Sseruyidde and Herman Nteza Wasswa scored two first half goals for Paul Nkata’s coached club in a rain laden match.

Sseruyidde converted home a cracking free-kick after Steven Mugisha had brought him down near the goal area.

Wasswa raced to Godfrey Sembatya’s through ball to finish off an acute angle.

Sulaiman Majaanjalo scored off a kick frpm the penalty mark as UPDF continued with their impressive run in the second round.

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UPDF won 1-0 against visiting Mbarara City at the Bombo Army Barracks.

Reigning champions KCCA required a Julius Poloto header off Mustapha Kizza’s teasing ball to win 1-0 against sturrborn Soana whom they had defeated with comfort 4-0 in the first round.

Fred Amaku was the hero at the Kyabazinga Stadium in Jinja when Kirinya-Jinja S.S pipped visiting Onduparaka 1-0.

The other four matches ended in stalemates. BUL was held by a 10 man Masavu to a 1 all draw at the Kakindu Stadium, Jinja.

Richard Wandyaka scored in the 26th minute but Masavu staged a gallant fight, equalizing through second half subsisitute James Kasibante.

Earlier, Masavu had been reduced to 10 men when right back Moses Kiggundu was sent off because of two bookable offences by Referee Ronaldie Kirangwa.

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Elsewhere, Bright Stars held 16 time record league winners, SC Villa Jogoo to a one all draw.

The two goals in the match came inside the openint ten minutes of play. Martin Kizza gave the Jogoos the lead on 3 minutes before Bright Stars’ captain and talisman Nelson Senkatuka found the equalizer only six minutes later.

There were no further goals at the Champions Stadium in Mwererwe before a passionate fair crowd.

On Friday, the first two sets of match day 19 had been played.

Express and Proline played to a non scoring draw in a match watched by Uganda Cranes head coach, Sebastien Desabre among others at the historical Muteesa II Wankulukuku stadium.

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Maroons and Vipers played played to a one all draw at the Prisons stadium, Bugonga.

Sharp striker Daniel Muzeyi Sserunkuma, fresh from scooping the best player of the month accolade courtesy of Fortebet once again shone with the opening goal for Vipers after 23 minutes.

Sserunkuma pounched home a rebound from goalkeeper Ashadu Bugembe following an earlier shot on target from right winger, Milton Karisa.

The home side rallied and found the equalizer 19 minutes from full time through midfielder Solomon Walusimbi.

The league with return with match day 20 games on Friday, 9th March 2018 and on the subsquent day.