ARS graduate Kizza scores hat-trick as Ffumbe thrashes Butiko | 2018 Bika Football


Bika Bya Baganda Football Championship 2018:

Quarter final (Leg one):

  • Ffumbe 7-0 Butiko
  • Nkima 3-1 Mmamba Gabunga

Sports Club Villa Jogoo forward Martin Kizza netted a hat-trick as Ffumbe clan humiliated Butiko (mush room) clan in the first leg of the 2018 Bika Bya Baganda football championship at Mutesa II Wankulukuku stadium on Tuesday.

The left footed forward, a former graduate of the Airtel Rising Stars (ARS) U-17 youth  football programme scored three times in the one sided encounter that kicked off at 2 PM under scorching sunny conditions.

Kizza’s hat-trick was supplemented by another set of three goals by live wire Maroons attacking player Solomon Walusimbi.

Andrew Samson Kigozi scored day’s most enticing goal after beating all his markers to finish in an empty net.

Ffumbe, who have won the Bika title three times (1960, 2005 and 2009) will face Butiko again next in the return leg next week.

“I am happy to score three goals for my clan, Ffumbe. I thank the rest of my teammates, coaches and managers. We are targeting the title this year” immensely gifted Solomon Walusimbi told Airtel Football.

For starters, Mmamba Gabunga has won the Bika championship ten times.

The tournament started in 1950 with Mbogo the first winners.

All Bika Bya Buganda Football tourney winners:

  • 1950: Mbogo
  • 1951: Ngabi Nsamba
  • 1952: Mmamba Gabunga
  • 1953: Not Held
  • 1954: Not Held
  • 1955: Kkobe
  • 1956: Mmamba Gabunga
  • 1957: Nyonyi Nyange
  • 1958: Ngeye
  • 1959: Mmamba Gabunga
  • 1960: Ffumbe
  • 1961: Bbalangira and Kkobe
  • 1962: Nkima
  • 1963: Not Held
  • 1964: Mmamba Gabunga
  • 1965: Mmamba Gabunga
  • 1987: Ngabi Nsamba
  • 1988: Lugave
  •  1989: Mmamba Gabunga
  •  1990: Lugave
  •  1991: Ngeye
  •  1992: Ngeye
  •  1993: Nkima
  •  1994: Mmamba Gabunga
  •  1995: Lugave
  •  1996: Mpindi
  •  1997: Nnyonyi
  •  1998: Lugave
  •  1999: Lugave
  •  2000: Mpologoma
  •  2001: Ngo
  •  2002: Mpologoma
  •  2003: Mmamba Gabunga
  •  2004: Lugave
  • 2005: Ffumbe
  •  2006: Mpindi
  •  2007: Ngabi Nsamba
  •  2008: Kkobe
  •  2009: Ffumbe
  •  2010: Nte
  •  2011: Mmamba Gabunga
  •  2012: Ngeye
  •  2013: Ngabi Nsamba
  • 2014: Mmamba Gabunga
  • 2015: Mbogo
  • 2016: Nte
  • 2017: Nte

 


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