FUFA Big League: Kitara Football Club first term report.

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By Bantam Nobart.

Kitara FC matchday line up.

Kitara Football Club from Hoima City finished on top of the FUFA Big League table at the end of first round after fifteen games.

Coach Mark Twinamasiko men collected thirty one points (31), one above second and third placed Mbarara City FC and NEC FC who all have thirty points (30).

Kitara FC won a total of nine games, drawn four and lost two which came away to Mbarara City FC 1-0 and Kataka FC 1-0.

The royals scored thiry four (34) goals emerging as the top scorers and Conceded ten (10) in the process.

Striker Patrick Henry Kaddu scored fifteen goals (15) from the fifteen matches hence the club top scorer and second in the league one goal bellow Omedi Denis from Booma FC who scored sixteen.

Kitara FC striker Patrick Henry Kaddu.

Agondeze Edson the Kitara fc first assistant captain was the club second top scorer with eight goals.

Kitara FC first assistant captain Agondeze Edson.

At home Kigaya primary school play ground Kitara FC collected maximum points 24 from the possible 24 in eight matches. Scored twenty seven (27)goals, let in just four (4) keeping four clean sheets in the process.

Away from Kitara FC played a total of seven games managing only one win which was 0-3 to Lugazi FC on matchday four on 3rd of November last year. 

Kitara FC players Jasper Aheebwa, Adibo Samuel and Mugume Patrick.

They drew four times and lost two to Kataka FC 1-0 and Mbarara City FC 1-0, scored seven goals and Conceded six keeping two clean sheets.

Kitara FC biggest win was 5-1 at home against Ndejje University FC on matchday nine on 8th December last year. Agondeze Edson scored two while Patrick Kaddu, Ronald Kayondo and Mugume Patrick had one each.

Kitara FC’s primary target this season is to return to Uganda premier league where they once featured for one season 2020/2021

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