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The last two finalists of this year’s Stanbic Uganda Cup are already decided. The finals will see Fred Kajoba and Paul Kiwanuka’s coached side, Bright Stars FC taking on the newly league promoted Proline FC.

Bright stars FC lead man Nelson Senkatuuka, he scored 16 league goals in the recently concluded SUPL season of 2018/19

Bright Stars ejected Express on penalty shoot outs by 3-2 having registered 2 – 2 aggregate score from the two semi finall meetings, 1 – 1 from each leg.

Proline FCProline also eliminated Kyetume by 5-4 on post-match penalties following a 3 all aggregate stalemate.

The two will be locking horns in the final of the 45th edition of Stanbic Uganda Cup on 25th May 2019 at the Masaka Recreational Stadium and we are yet to see a new champion.

New history will be created since none of the two clubs has ever won this prestigious trophy in the history of Uganda’s Football.

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