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Kitara, Mbarara pick home wins to keep pace at the top

Kitara FC and Mbarara City have clearly led the pace at the top of the table in the FUFA Big League, creating a gap between themselves and the rest of the pack.

In the games played on Thursday, the aforementioned two win their respective games at home.

Kitara were 5-1 winners over Ndejje University to maintain firm grip on the summit.

Despite the pitch being affected due to a heavy downpour, this did not stop the home side from putting up a remarkable performance.

Edson Agondeze netted a brace while Patrick Mugume, Patrick Kaddu and Ronald Kayondo scored a goal each in the clean-out victory.

The consolation for Ndejje University came from Vincent Abigaba.

Victory leaves Kitara top on 20 points while Ndejje remain tenth with nine points.

On the other hand, Mbarara City were 3-1 winners over Kyetume in the game played at Kakyeka Stadium.

Henry Kitegenyi missed a penalty for the Ankole Lions but scored twice before Jamil Nvule added the other.

In the other games played, Luweero United and Police played out a goalless draw, Calvary won 3-2 at Soroti City while Adjumani nicked a hard fought 1-0 win over Kataka.

Kaaro Karungi drew goalless at home against NEC FC, Northern Gate Way were held to a one all draw by Lugazi FC while the thrilling encounter between Booma and Jinja North United ended in a three-all draw.