Express FC pair of striker Eric Kambale and head coach Wasswa Bbosa have been crowned the Uganda Premier League best player and coach of the month of May, respectively.
Kambale beat off competition from URA FC’s Steven Mukwala and Viane Ssekajugo of Wakiso Giants FC.
The Congolese born striker was in scintillating form in the past month.
He scored eight goals in five games including a hat-trick against Kyetume FC and a brace at home to Kitara FC.
His main competition came in form of Ssekajugo who was also in red-hot form in May.
The Wakiso Giants sharp-shooter netted six goals in five matches last month.
For Mukwala, he scored four goals in the five games URA played last month.
On the other hand, Bbosa was crowned ahead of URA FC tactician Sam Simbwa and Wakiso Giants’s Douglas Bamweyana.
Bbosa’s Express registered a 100% record in May, winning all five games they played.
For Simbwa, he led URA to three victories, a draw and a loss in the same month.
Bamweyana’s Wakiso won four and drew once in May.
The highlight being the 7-2 demolition of Kitara FC at the Kabaka Kyabaggu Stadium.
Bright Stars duo of striker Samuel Ssekamate and coach Baker Mbowa were crowned the player and coach of March.
The winners of this award which is handed out every month, work away with a plaque and cash prize of UGX 1M.