Group C of the FUFA Women Elite League officially kicked off on Thursday morning at the FUFA Technical Center in Njeru.
Amuria High School and Vision Women Football Club emerged victorious on match day one and enhanced chances of booking places in the quarter finals.
Amuria High School beat Ajax Queens 3-2 in the first game of the day.
Emmanuela Akoel grabbed a brace and Rehema Akurut scored the other for the winning side while Maureen Nangozi and Annet Namwenge were on target for Ajax Queens.
It should be noted that Ajax Queens are the most experienced side in the group having previously featured in the Women top tier league until 2019 when they were relegated.
The second game of the day saw Vision WFC obliterate debutants St. Peter’s Apoi Girls 5-0 in what was dubbed as the Northern Derby.
Vision WFC are based in Kitgum while St. Peter’s Apoi come from Apac.
Farida Oyella and Shariffer Atimango scored a brace each while Phiona Arach scored the other for Vision WFC.
Vision lead the table courtesy of goal difference whereas Amuria High School come second.
The group games will continue on Friday. Ajax Queens will take on Vision while Amuria High School face St. Peter’s Apoi.