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

Victors tight fixture‏

Victor's coach George Nsimbe is under pressure over tight fixture

Victors FC 2   Police FC 1
Sunday Bell Uganda cup game;
Victors 1  -0    Proline
Super league;
Victors FC  v  Maroons FC  May 10th
     Eric Sebuguzi became the hero for Victors for the second time in four days at home when he netted twice from set pieces  to hand his club a hard fought 2-1 win against visiting Police FC at Kakindu stadium.
     Sebuguzi curled home from  a free kick with his left boot after Police FC 's left back William Kayondo had fouled Yuda Mugalu.He then scored from a penalty after half an  hour after Kayondo had fouled Mugalu from the box.
    The home team struggled in the entire second half as Police fc 's pressure was payed off in the 61st minute when Juma Kulaba headed home Police's opener. The visitors were unlucky ten minutes to the end when they were denied a clear penalty when Victors' keeper Richard Kimera appeared to have stripped Police's Henry Wanyama in the box. The home team held on to the pressure as they prepare three mouth watering fixtures in a space if a week.
     Meanwhile Victors coach George Nsimbe has called up on his troopes to handle the pressure up on their next Bell Uganda cup match againstURA after dropping out Proline this Sunday at Kakindu stadium.Victors will next face Maroons FC on Tuesday at Kakindu stadium still after which they hope to face URA  FC next Friday in the semi final of the Bell Uganda semi finals after droping out Proline yesterday.