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Uganda Premier League matchday nine officials appointed

The StarTimes Uganda Premier League resumes from Friday 11th October to Sunday 13th October 2019 with match day nine.

Two games will be played on Friday while Saturday will have five games plus a game on Sunday.

See who will be in charge of your club’s weekend fixture.

Friday 11th October

KCCA FC Vs Onduparaka – Lugogo

Center referee: Mashood Ssali
Assistant Ref 1: Mark Ssonko
Assistant ref 2: Isa Masembe
Fourth official: Shamirah Nabadda

Tooro United vs BUL FC – Fortportal

Center referee : Emmanuel Kiweewa
Assistant ref 1: Charles Zziwa
Assistant referees 2: Sharif Lulenzi
Fourth official: Rehuman Atiku

Saturday 12th October

Vipers SC vs Express – St Mary’s Stadium

Center referee: Sabila Ali
Assistant ref 1: Okello Dick
Assistant ref 2: Katenya Ronald
Fourth official: Nsubuga Brian Miiro

Busoga United vs Police FC – FUFA Technical Center

Center referee: Shamirah Nabadda
Assistant ref 1: Lydia Nantabo
Assistant ref 2: Emmanuel Okudra
Fourth official: George William Nkrunzizah

Maroons vs SC Villa – Luzira

Center referee: Madanda Ronald
Assistant ref 1: Ngyendo Gilbert
Assistant ref 2: Robson Atusinguza
Fourth official: Kasalirwe Lucky

Bright Stars vs Kyetume – Wankulukuku

Center referee: Mpyagi Siragi
Assistant ref 1: Ahmed Kakembo
Assistant ref 2: Khalid Muyaga
Fourth official : Geoffrey Sajjabi

URA Vs Mbarara City – Namboole

Center referee: Alex Muhabi
Assistant ref 1: Musa Balikoowa
Assistant ref 2: Friday Noah
Fourth official : Robert Donney

Sunday 13th October

Wakiso Giants vs Proline – Mutesa II stadium Wankulukuku

Center ref: Joseph Ochom
Assistant ref 1: Mathius Omunyira
Assistant ref 2: Docus Atuhaire
Fourth official: Murungi Diana

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