Wakiso Hill Women Football Club became the third team to book a place in the FUFA Women Elite League semi finals after defeating Amuria High School 1-0 in the quarter finals.
Amuria defender Josephine Atilong scored an own goal that gave Wakiso Hill a slim victory.
Atilong connected the ball into her own net from a corner kick in the 67th minute of the game.
Four minutes earlier, Grace Nasongo almost broke the deadlock from a free kick but her effort came off the crossbar.
Amuria came into the encounter without their reliable goal scorer Emmanuela Akoel who was sidelined by sickness.
Wakiso Hill struggled to qualify from Group D with four points but surprisingly beat Amuria who topped Group C with nine points.
Wakiso Hill will face the winners from the last quarter final between She Maroons and Ajax Queens.
Bunyaruguru Girls and Rines Women Football Club are the two sides that booked places in the semi finals.
Amuria High School XI; Stella Adiao (GK), Pauline Anyakun, Slyvia Oleo, Rukia Aringo, Catherine Akello, Grace Nasongo, Rehemah Akurut, Irene Akareut, Barbara Akwii, Josephine Atilong, Martha Kongai
Wakiso Hills XI; Zulaika Ayikoru (GK), Justine Birabwa, Faith Namuddu, Jalidah Nagawa, Faridah Namirimu, Shubayiyah Namale, Catherine Tibasiima, Patricia Nayiga, Jeridah Nanyonjo, Sarah Namatovu, Slyvia Namiwanda