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SC VILLA narrowly lost 1-2 to Kitara Fc at Muteesa II Stadium – Wankulukuku on Friday Evening.

Despite a spirited display from the team, it was quite not enough for the Jogoos on the tense evening in Wankulukuku. The boys went all in attacking from the first minute of play and could have got an opener 10minutes in but Lwanga was a bit late. The visitors then capitalised and had Denis Omedi scored fifteen minutes in when netminder Norman Angufidru failed to handle the ball in a collusion.

The boys kept pushing for an equaliser and they created a number of chances outside the box but couldn’t capitalise on then. In the 43rd minute , Charles lwanga netted in a ball of the post from Ngonde’s shot at goal.

After recess we started off the second half on a positive note, with comfortably possessing and l should have grabbed a winner two minutes in , but Kenneth Semakula was Late to nod in David Owor’s corner.

The gaffer later made changes bringing on Hakim Kiwanuka, Hakim Mutebi and Kiwanuka Rogers who exerted more pressure to visitors with the later getting most closest to goal but his shot was wide.

We didn’t stop the fight and nearly found what would have been a deserved goal but Ngode’s shot was punched out but Kusiima’s Kitara FC. The boys held there possession until the 90th minute mark. The fourth official later added four minutes in play and the visitors killed it at the death (90+4) through Kabon Living after a miss communication in the Jogoos’ defence.

“I am happy that I scored my first league goal this season despite the loss. We had a good display on pitch but luck was just not on our side. We’ve picked a couple of positives and we will head home to build on that and come back even more stronger.”

The Jogoos will face Maroons FC in there next fixture away in Luzira on Sunday, 24th September 2023.