Super League Table

  Club PTS
1 URA 47
2 KCC fc 39
3 Bunamwaya 37
4 Victors fc 35
5 Simba fc 35
6 Express fc 32
7 Sc Villa 31
8 Proline 27
9 Police fc 23
10 Maroons Fc 19
11 UTODA 18
12 Firemasters 17
13 Masaka lc 16
14 Gulu Utd 6


    With just a week left for another Ecobank national super league fixture against Utoda FC  at Kakindu stadium in Jinja , Victors FC 's influential midfielder Ayub Balyejusa has been sidelined for another two weeks to recover from the knee injury he sustained in the Bell Uganda cup 2-0 win  against Mutundwe Lions a few weeks ago.

    Balyejusa ,who had began picking up his long accurate passing instinct under George Nsimbe sustained the injury that made him miss the club's crucial match against Mbabane Highlanders in the CAF confederations competition at Nakivubo stadium.

     Meanwhile hard tackling midfielder Patrict Ssembuya has been declared fit for the super league game on Tuesday but the club vice captain Fred Muhumuza 's injury will be assessed on Thursday .'' I will wait and see whether Muhumuza  can train on Thursday on order to put him on my squad for  the Tuesday game '', added Nsimbe.

    Nsimbe too has appreciated the performance of new signing Karim Ndugwa who scored the winner against Proline FC earlier this week.Nsimbe said that Ndugwa adds something new to his team after scoring the winner after a goal mouth scramble against Proline FC towering central defender Ivan Bukenya who later got a cut on his cheek borne after the two had knocked each other.''I believe Ndugwa is a natural goal scorer and he has the capacity to score against his former club Utoda FC next Tuesday'', Nsimbe added after his side battled to a 1-0 win against ten man Proline FC in Jinja a game that Proline coach Mujib Kasule admitted that stretched his team because his side had rested too much as compared to Victors.