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St. Lawrence too good for MUBS, hit successive final

by Nnalubaale Sports
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St. Lawrence University outclassed Makerere University Business School (MUBS) to progress to the final of the Pepsi University Football League for the second consecutive season.

St. Lawrence were comfortable 3-0 winners on Tuesday in Nakawa, thanks to Micheal Kayongo, Bruno Bunyaga, and Fahad Aniku‘s goals in the second leg.

They had won the first leg 2-1, courtesy of Kayongo and Bunyaga while MUBS had Benjamin Nazar for the consolation, in Kavule last week.

St.Lawrence lost the last edition’s final to Uganda Christian University 3-2 in the penalty shootouts after a 3-3 stalemate in 2019.

They will now face Uganda Martyrs University in the final to be played at the MTN Omondi Stadium, Lugogo on Saturday, November 12th.

Uganda Martyrs ejected defending champions UCU 5-4 in the shootouts after a one-all stalemate on aggregate after two legs.


On the ugly side, MUBS students resorted to violence as they invaded the pitch, beating up fans of the visiting side.

Kayongo’s goal in the 15th minute sparked off ugly scenes as MUBS fans attacked the St.Lawrence fans who were in wild celebrations.

The fight saw Center refree Ali Kaddu pause play for a couple of minutes as Uganda Police fired teargas to disperse the unruly fans.

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