Mike Mutebi and his Kampala City Capital Authority FC charges have been crowned the kings of Ugandan football once again, winning their second title in three seasons.
This is a record eleventh championship victory for KCCA after dethroning Vipers as curtains fell on a rather dull season.
The ‘Kasasiro Boys’ drew with Sadolin Paints 1-1 on Friday to seal league glory.
As expected, KCCA dictated matters for much of the 90 minutes, a game that was merely ceremonial as they had already clinched the championship on match day 29.
Fred Ssegujja nearly spoilt the day for the champions who only awaited crowning.
But, Joseph Ochaya made amends with a well taken volley in the second half as the game ended one goal apiece.
An evidently proud and pleased Mutebi, praised his side’s performance after their win over Sadolin.
At Nelson Mandela National stadium, Namboole, Vipers fought gallantly to equalize after falling behind to Moses Basena coached club, The Saints.
Like the KCCA-Sadolin Paints game, the Vipers’ match ended one all.
SC Villa defeated already relegated Maroons 4-1 at Luzira but it was URA will the biggest victory on the day when they humiliated another relegated side, SC Victoria University 6-1 at the Mehta stadium in Lugazi.