The visiting Bull FC has held Onduparaka FC alias the Caterpillars
to a goalless draw at the home ground in the Green Lights Stadium in Arua in the
Star times Premier League.
The Caterpillars struggled throughout the 90 minutes
of the game to find a goal in vain.
Bull’s FC also failed to find Ondurapak’s net despite enjoying the services of
former home boy, Dennis Okot who was under time
marking throughout the game.
The Bull’s FC Manager, Peter Onen told URN after
the game that the draw with Onduparaka is just the beginning of a marathon they
have prepared for.
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Adamas Lematia, the Public Relations Officer Onduparaka
FC, said they dominated the game as they scored 60 percent ball possession. He accused
the visiting players of faking injuries, which affected the moral of their
also explained that their players were still fatigued following their long
travel from Jinja where they played Bright Stars.
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The draw now puts Onduparaka FC in 3rd position with
20 points while Bull FC maintains the second position with 24 points.