Mbabazi absent again as Vipers return to winning ways with timely victory over URA

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David GOMBE 

Vipers SC returned to winning ways with a 2-0 victory over URA FC on Saturday at MTN Omondi Stadium in Lugogo.

The Venoms were without their head coach Livingstone Mbabazi on the touchline for reasons yet to be established.

His assistant Richard Wasswa was in charge of the team as they maximized points under the floodlights of Lugogo.

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They came into the contest back of a 1-0 defeat to KCCA FC in their previous game.

This was the first game that URA FC hosted at Lugogo since confirming their departure at Metha Stadium which will now be used as a Cricket Oval.

Vipers prevailed through goals from Moses Waiswa and Abdul Karim Watambala.

Waiswa gave the reigning league champions an early lead in the 2nd minute of the game.

His first goal since making a return to the Kitende based side from KCCA FC in January this year.

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Watambala put the seal on the Venoms victory in 90th minute to move into fourth place with 38 points and six below leaders Kitara FC but with two games in hand whereas the tax collectors are 8th on 31 points.

Vipers will next host UPDF FC on Friday, 5th April at Kitende while URA FC will next visit Express FC at Muteesa II Stadium in Wankulukuku the following day.

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