May 29, 2024

BUL Dominate Vipers To Win 2021/22 Stanbic Uganda Cup

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Bul FC midfielder Simon Peter Oketch, a product of the FUFA Juniors League, was named the best midfielder of the 48th edition of the Stanbic Uganda Cup.


Vipers SC 1-3 Bul FC

Bul FC have won the 48th edition of the Stanbic Uganda Cup after defeating last season’s winners Vipers SC 3-1 in the final played at Booma Grounds in Masindi.

The tournament top scorer Karim Ndugwa scored twice while Simon Peter Oketch scored the other for the Jinja Bulls. Vipers skipper Halid Lwaliwa scored the consolation for his side.

Karim Ndugwa (saluting) scored twice to finish as top scorer in the 2021/22vStanbic Uganda Cup

Karim Ndugwa scored the first goal of the match towards half an hour mark to give Bul FC the lead. Simon Peter Oketch doubled their advantage three minutes to half time.

Ndugwa burried the game in the 53rd minute after tapping home from close range after the forward was laid by midfielder Oketch.

Vipers captain Luwalira headed home Vipers consolation in the 73rd minute. Bul FC were able to hold on to win their first Uganda Cup and Alex Isabirye’s third after having won it with URA FC (2012) and SC Victoria University in 2013.

Bul Fc players celebrating after scoring the second goal

The winners Bul Fc walked home with shs 50 million. Meanwhile runners-up Vipers pocketed shs 25 million.

Individual Honors

Best Goalkeeper 2021/2022 – Emmanuel Kalyowa (BUL FC)

Best Defender 2021/2022 – Walter Ochora (BUL FC)

Best Midfielder 2021/2022 – Simon Peter Oketch (BUL FC)

Top Scorer 2021/2022 – Karim Ndugwa (BUL FC)

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