2018 Airtel Masaza Football:
Quarter final replay:
*Buweekula qualifies 3-2 on aggregate
Buweekula overcame Mawokota 2-1 on aggregate in the quarter final of the Airtel Masaza Cup at the Kasenyi play ground on Tuesday.
This was during the replay following a premature abandonment of the opening tie after rains had caused the first leg to halt at half way mark.
By the time of the abandonment, Mawokota was leading 1-0 after 45 minutes but the match was halted due to heavy rains.
Come the replay 48 hours later, the two sides settled for a one all draw.
Henry Oromu netted into his own net to give Mawokota the lead and a 2-0 aggregate score by that time.
Oromu turned from villain to hero, scoring a penalty to level the matters and ensure his side qualified to the semi-finals.
Buweekula joins the other three successful semi-finalists Busujju, Ssingo and Buddu to the semi-final stage.
Ssingo takes on Buweekula and Buddu will play hot favourites Busujju in the two legged semi-finals.
The opening legs of the semi-finals will be played this coming Sunday, 23rd September 2018 before the return legs on 30th September.
Gomba has won the championship a record four times in 2004 during the inaugural edition, 2009, 2014 and last year (2017).
Telecommunications giants Airtel Uganda proudly sponsors this tourney that has witnessed the emergency of promising footballing talents in Uganda.
A wide variety of players have featured in the Masaza cup and have been exposed before being poaches by second tier, regional and top flight clubs.
Many have surpassed the bare minimum and made the Uganda Cranes grade as Farouk Miya, Godfrey “Jajja Walu” Walusimbi, Yassar Mugerwa, Kezironi Kizito, Alex Kakuba, Robert Odongkara, Sula “Malouda” Matovu to mention but afew.
Team Line Ups:
Ben Ssesaazi (G.K), Henry Orum, Sadick Ssekyembe, Jonathan Muteesa, Martin Mutyaba, Paul Kato, Livingstone Mbiro, Jamil Kisitu, Raymond Walugembe, Dauglous Dree
John Ssempijja, Tom Lubuulwa, Derrick Mudaali, Najib Yiga, Simon Katumba, Juma Katende
Mutumba Mugoofa, Babos Byaruhanga, David Okoch, Rashid Ssemwogerere, Latif Kiyemba, Solomon Waiswa, Emmanuel Rubangkene, Ibrahim Mugulusi, Kenedy Kasozi, Rashid Basangwa, Edward Kiryowa
Hakim Ssettuba, Piacy Nakibinge, Rashid Farid, Fahim Ssaka, Hamuza Mulambuzi, Allan Tebusweke
Other quarter finals (Return legs):