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Simba see off Bunnamwaya



Simba beat Bunnamwaya 2-0 at Nakivubo Stadium in Saturday’s lone Bell Super League to go fifth in the standings.

Chan Abdu Mark and Robert Obed’s late strike saw the army side move to nine points, six adrift of table leaders Maroons.

The win was Simba’s third of the campaign after five games while for Bunnamwaya, it was their second defeat, which also leaves them still looking for their first three points of the season.

The 2010 league champions remain desperately rooted in the bottom three with as many points after five games.

It was a game that could have gone either way as both teams looked for a breakthrough in vain.

Well, until the last 20 minutes of the match when Abdu Mark gave the soldiers the lead on 71 minutes.

The home side then threw their bodies forward in search of an equalizer but all their efforts went to naught when Obed sealed the victory for Simba with a goal a minute from time.



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