With football slowly but steadily returning across the globe, a number of Ugandan players a smiling big at their clubs with game time and flash moments onto their names.
Like it was over the weekend, many were in action yet again in mid week but do you know how they fared?
As usual Ronald Lusulire followed them up to find out who was in and who was out.
In the Israel Ligat Ha’al relegation round, William Luwagga Kizito inspired Hapoel Kfar Saba to a vital win on the road at Ashdod as they won 2-3. Luwagga started and scored in the 51st minute, got booked in the 65th minute before paving way for Gateon in the 90th minute. On the other side of Ashdod, defender Awany started and was substituted in the 61st minute.
Hapoel Kfar Saba now sit in 5th place with 35 points from 31 games while Ashdod fc sit in 4th place with 35 points from 31 games with goal difference separating them.
In Vietnam V-league, Geofrey Baba Kizito played full time at right back as his Than Quang Ninh side defeated Quang Nam 3-1 at home.
Midfielder Moses Oloya was an unused substitute as his side Hanoi T&T beat Bin Duong 0-2 away from home.
Skipper Joseph Mpande netted in the 41st minute as his side Haiphong defeated Nam Dinh 0-2.
In the Tanzania Vodacom Premier League, right back Nicholas Wadada played full time as his Azam FC side fell 1-0 to Kagera Sugar away from home. Midfielder Jackson Kibirige wasn’t in the match day squad for Kagera.
Midfielder Boban Zirintusa grabbed a brace as his Mtibwa Sugars side defeated Singida United 2-3.
In Albania, Godfrey Walusimbi wasn’t in the match day squad as his Vllaznia FC side lost 1-0 at Teuta in the Albanian cup.
In Burundi, defender Steven Mugisha and midfielder Brian Allan Kizza played full time as champions Le Messager Ngozi defeated Olympic Stars 2-3 on the final day of the season.