Sinan Rajub SENOGA
FUFA Women Super League (FWSL) continues with five Match Day 6 games this weekend.
Leaders Kawempe Muslim host Wakiso Hill at the school valley ground on Saturday morning.
The Valley Warriors come in this encounter after beating Kampala Queens 2-0 on Wednesday thanks to Agnes Nabukenya’s first half brace.
Kawempe, who have 10 points same as Kampala Queens, now lead the table courtesy of a superior goal difference.
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Wakiso Hill are 7th on the table having accumulated five points in the five games they have played so far.
🔴🔵 WE ARE BACK!
— Wakiso Hill (@WakisoHill_WFC) January 5, 2024
Lady Doves host a wounded Kampala Queens side in another game to be played on Saturday morning.
Charles Ayiekoh, the new Kampala Queens coach will have to negotiate the tie without striker Fazila Ikwaput who is on her way to Indian side Gokulam Kerala.
Rwandan forward Florence Imanizabayo automatically becomes the direct replacement for the departing Crested Cranes goal hunter.
— KAMPALA QUEENS WFC (@FcKampala) January 4, 2024
Lady Doves sit 5th on the table with six points from five games played.
Elsewhere on Saturday, Uganda Martyrs will seek to bounce back as they host UCU Lady Cardinals at the St. Gerald’s Stadium in Lubaga.
Rines host Asubo Ladies in a relegation six-pointer as both sides occupy the bottom two places of the Women Super League table.
Rines sit bottom with two points and are the only side yet to win a game this term while Asubo Ladies are second from bottom with four points.
The other Sunday game will be between She Maroons and Makerere University at the Luzira Prison Grounds.
Sat 6th January
• Uganda Martyrs vs UCU Lady Cardinals – Lubaga
• Lady Doves FC vs Kampala Queens – Masindi
• Kawempe Muslim Ladies vs Wakiso Hill – Kawempe
Sunday 7th January
• Rines SS WFC vs Asubo Ladies – Wakisha
• She Maroons FC vs Makerere University – Luzira