- BUL 0-1 Busoga United
- Mbarara City 2-1 SC Villa
- Soltilo Bright Stars 0-0 URA
- UPDF 2-1 Kitara
- Police 6-1 MYDA
Police Football Club recorded a deserved 6-1 victory against the struggling Malaba Youth Sports Association (MYDA) Football in the Matchday 20 fixture of the Premier League encounter held on Saturday, April 24, at the Omondi Stadium.
Ben Ocen and Brian Mululi scored a brace apiece as winger Muwada Mawejje and Frank Tumwesigye scored the other two goals for the Cops to push them in 4th position ahead of KCCA FC on 37 points after 20 games. Moses Batali scored the consolation for the league newcomers.
It took the Cops just three minutes to find the back of the net when Tumwesigye made a clinical finish to hand the hosts the lead. Mululi made it 2-0 in the 14th minute with a good header to stun the Premier League debutants.
A minute after Police had doubled their lead, Tumwesigye earned his brace as the hosts showed intent in widening the margin before the half-hour mark.
Mawejje scored the fourth goal in the 27th minute to put MYDA under intense pressure. Three minutes later, Mululi added the fifth one as he scored a second brace of the game.
MYDA managed to deny Police a clean sheet when Batali finally made way past a largely untested defence of the opponents to score the only goal for the visitors.
Police made two changes as the second half began when Tony Mawejje and Derrick Kakooza replaced Fahad Kizito and Mululi. Duncan Ssenide and Eric Ssenjobe came on when the Cops made more changes as Mawejje and Reuben Kimera left the pitch.
Final changes saw Tumwesigye withdrawn and Mubarak Nsubuga filled the position. Ocen managed to add the sixth for Police in the 80th minute to pile more pressure on MYDA who are fighting to save their season.Tumwesigye was named the pilsner man of the match for the great performance on the evening.
Meanwhile, Mbarara City picked up a 2-1 win against Sports Club Villa in another league tussle at Kakyeka Stadium.
Busoga United edged BUL 1-0 in the epic Jinja derby fictured played at the Kyabazinga Stadium, Bugembe in Jinja city.