Maroons Fc Hold KCCA FC in Lugogo.
Full Time: KCCA FC 1-1 Maroons Fc
KCCA FC threw away the chance to return top of the table after sharing spoils with Maroons Fc.
The fixture was played at the MTN Omondi stadium on Saturday 1st of April.
Rogers Mato cancelled out Amaku Fred early strike for the visitors.
In-Form Amaku drew first blood early in the 9th minute heading home Ceasor Olega cross from the right.
After back to back threats, KCCA FC leveled matters through Roger Mato from the header one minute to the break.
In the second half, KCCA FC head coach Morley Byekwaso introduced fresh legs in search for the winner, but did not pay back after goalkeeper Simon Tamale together with his defence stood firm to protect a point on the road.
Charles Lwanga, Julius Poloto, Mohamed Senoga, Moses Waisswa, Ashraf Mugume and Saidi Mayanja were the players who were brought on by Bwekwaso.
A win would have taken KCCA FC top of the log, one off SC Villa.
The result left the Kasasiro boys 2nd with 36 points after 17 matches, one bellow the Jogoos with two games at hand.
Maroons Fc moved to 26 points after registering the 8th draw of the season, 8th on the table.
KCCA FC visit Blacks Power Fc on 5th April on the next assignment.
On the same day, Maroons Fc welcome Vipers SC at Luzira prisons play ground.
Else where, URA FC bounced back to winning ways beating Soltilo Bright Stars Fc 2-0 at Kakindu stadium.
Thanks to first half goals by Dada Ibrahim and a penalty from Kabon Living.
The tax collectors move 5th with 26 points from 19 games while Soltilo Bright Stars Fc 10th with 24 points after 18 games.