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Mbarara City win at Nakisunga leaves Kyetume FC struggling in the relegation battle

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Mbarara City FC have defeated the Mukono based Kyetume FC in Uganda Premier League game that happened at Nakisunga Saza Grounds, the home stadium of Kyetume FC.

Hitegenyi Henry’s brace helped Ankole Lions to secure a 3-1 win with the other goal scored by Hillary Mukundane while Kyetume’s only goal was a penalty scored by Richard Matovu in the last minutes of the game.

The win helped Mbarara City FC to jump from the 9th position past SC Villa and Wakiso Giants FC to the 7th position with 38 points. SC Villa and Wakiso Giants both have 36 points however they still have a game to play.

Kyetume FC however were left struggling in the relegation battle in the 14th position with 23 points and  three points behind the 13th placed Busoga United.

Mbarara FC maintains its winning streak having won all its previous 4 games.

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