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Second round due February 15



Bell Super League table leaders Maroons are not action until February 23 but other teams will be in the thick of it eight days earlier when the second round kicks off.

Asaph Mwebaze’s outfit – Maroons - ended the first round top with 26 points, six more than second-placed SC Villa and seven ahead of Express and Simba in third and fourth respectively.

But it is Villa that have an early opportunity to close in on Maroons when they host Water at Nakivubo in one of the three games that kick off the second round on February 15.

The Jogoos will close in on the leaders to within just three points if they beat Water but will have played one game more than Maroons.

Police kick off against Entebbe Young while army side Simba entertain Bunnamwaya on the same day.

Meanwhile, the league secretariat has communicated that the transfer window closes this Thursday.

“The transfer window is open and registration ongoing at USL secretariat until Thursday, 31st January, 2013,” reads in part the release, “An updated clubs’ players list will be released thereafter.”

Bell Super League second round

Friday, February 15, 4.30pm

SC Villa vs Water FC, Nakivubo

Police FC vs Entebbe Young FC, Namboole

Simba FC vs Bunnamwaya SC, Bombo

Saturday, February 16, 3pm

Express FC vs Masaka LC FC, Nakivubo

Maroons FC vs Kira Young FC, Luzira



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