Azam FC (Tanzania) 0 – 0 El Merriekh (Sudan) – El Merriekh win 4-3 on penalties.
Rayon Sport (Rwanda) 2 – 2 APR (Rwanda) – APR won 4 – 3 on penalties
Atletico (Burundi) 0 – 0 Police (Rwanda) – Police won 9 – 8 on penalties
Uganda’s representatives at the on going CECAFA Clubs football cup, Kampala City Council (KCC) have today qualified for the tourney’s last four after brushing aside Leo Adraa coached Atlabara f.c 3 – 1 at Kigali Regional stadium.
Left winger, Brian Majwega opened the scoring as early as the 3rd minute of the game with an easy tapped effort after a mazzy run from the left wing by another Brian tag, Umony.
Umony, who was skipper on the day (After Saka Mpiima suspension) curled in a beautiful free kick to grant the Ugandan champions a 2 – 0 lead by the half time mark.
The dread locked striker then turned provider again with another assist.
A telling delivery from the right was connected into the roof of the net by the industrious Hakim Ssenkumba with 15 minutes to play.
Three minutes to full time, the South Sudanese side pulled one back through a well converted Paul Olivier penalty.
Oliver easily beat goalie Martin Elungati (who had replaced Yasin Mugabi) after defender, Habibu Kavuma had felled Nelson Mandela in the forbidden area.
KCC will now lock horns with Sudan giants El Merriekh in the semis.
Rwandan side, APR faces Police on Friday 22nd August at the Amahoro stadium in the other semi finals