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NEC FC Subdue Police To Maintain Early Glide

NEC FC Defeats Police To Maintain Early Move

The newly promoted National Enterprise Corporation Football Club (NEC FC) have had a good start in the FUFA Big League. The new comers managed to extend this good start to the season by edging Police FC that got relegated last season.

During the game played in Thursday at Bugolobi Coffee Ground, the home side put two at the back of their rival’s net in a 2-0 win. This is their second win in as many games.

It should be noted that they edged Calvary FC 2-1 on matchday one in Yumbe.

Versing the Cops, Julius Maggu Kazibwe netted the opening goal of the game that only came in the second half of the game. Skipper Marvin Kavuma scored the second goal for NEC to seal the deal against struggling Police FC securing three more points.

In the goalless first half of the game, NEC had a chance to take the lead but goalkeeper Davis Mutebi saved Derrick Ssekiranda’s effort.

The breakthrough eventually came in the 56th minute when Kazibwe fired home. As the game ended towards the last minutes, Marvin Kavuma also put the ball past Davis Mutebi’s gloves.

Victory means NEC FC take an early lead at the top of the log with their next outing coming away to Ndejje University FC.

As for Police FC, it will be seeking redemption as it hosts Kataka FC on match day three.

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