By APN Reporter
Kabale based Kigezi Home Boyz Football Club played to a one-all draw with Proline Football Club Federation of Uganda Football association- FUFA Big League.
The contest played at the Kabale Municipal Stadium in Kabale municipality on Sunday evening was one of the numerous matches on the menu as the second round of the 2021 second division tier kicked off officially at various play grounds.
Following a goal-less opening half, the game came to life in the final stanza. Rogers Tabule gave the home side the lead on 69 minutes. Proline staged a gallant fight and found the equalizer with 9 minutes left on the clock through a penalty well struck by Brian Umony. The penalty awarded following a hand-ball incident in the forbidden area by defender Grant Matisko.
Meanwhile, Rwenzori group leaders Tooro United also earned a point during their goal-less draw with Water at the Kavumba Recreational Stadium on the same day. Cleophas Fiat, the captain of Kigezi Home Boyz FC told our reporter that it was a big achievement to earn a point from Proline FC. He expressed optimism that the team is heading to better performance.
Meanwhile it was another draw (2-2) between Nyamityobora and Ndejje University at the Kakyeka stadium in Mbarara city. In Elgon group, Mbale Heroes fell 2-0 at home to visiting Gaddafi at the Mbale Municipal Stadium. Allan Kabonge’s Paidha Black Angels earned their first win of the season, overcoming struggling Maroons 1-0 at the Bar Okoro play ground in Zombo district, West Nile.
At the Emokori play ground in Bukedea, Blacks Power and Arua Hill shared the spoils following a 1-all draw. Michael Siwu cancelled out Alfred Leku’s opener to salvage a point for the home side. Leku had given the visitors the lead on 64 minutes before Siwu’s equalizer with four minutes to go.
The FUFA Big League resumes today with two matches, one apiece in either groups (Elgon and Rwenzori)