Obua denied winning start as Aheebwa’s late strike rescues a point for Kitara

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David GOMBE

Brian Aheebwa late strike earned Kitara FC a point in their entertaining 2-2 contest with URA FC at Mehta Grounds in Lugazi on Friday.

The stalemate denied new URA FC head coach David Obua a winning start.

David Obua gives instructions to his players (Photo by URA FC Media)

At the half hour mark, former URA FC forward Kabon Living sensationally gave Kitara the lead to send the traveling fans into delight.

Defender Najib Fesali restored parity for the host before the halftime breather.

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Immediately after the recess, Ivan Ahimbisibwe put the tax collectors into the lead.

Obua’s charges had several opportunities to extend their lead but Joseph Ssemujju and Shariph Kimbowa couldn’t utilize them.

They were punished at the end of the game when Aheebwa equalized with the last kick of the game.

URA who are winless in now three consecutive games move to nine points and after the international break they will next travel to Vipers SC who were humbled by KCCA FC.

Kitara remain second placed with 16 points now and will next face table leaders BUL FC in Njeru.

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