Vipers Sports Club thrashed Onduparaka FC 3-0 at St Mary’s stadium yesterday with a performance that featured many plus points including the relentless pressing without giving opponents space to breath, it produced exactly what the fans would have hoped for following excitement about Edward Golola’s return on the technical bench.

The Venoms turned in a devastating display to rip the Caterpillars apart as they sealed victory which not only kept league title hopes alive but also enabled the team return to winning ways after a series of disappointing results as well as maintaining the unbeaten run.

In a breathtaking second half, Geofrey Wasswa slotted Vipers ahead from a tight angle before Dan Sserunkuuma’s 40 yard stunner doubled the lead and Livingstone Mulondo made it three for his first club goal to compound the visitors misery and a perfect afternoon at Kitende.

Victories in big games against rivals are of course crucial and certainly pleasing but yesterday’s Caterpillars thrashing is a genuine sign of good things to come.

The win landed Vipers a new record milestone as it moved the club to a 30th league game unbeaten and the lads were absolutely confident in their approach hence creating own history despite being seven points off the top.

Vipers last lost a league game 14 months back on 28th November 2017 when Henry Kisekka and Shafiq Kagimu cancelled out Milton Karisa’s opener in a 2-1 win for URA, however since then, the three time Uganda Premier League champions have gone 30 matches without tasting defeat in the top flight division.

Throughout the unbeaten spell, Vipers has managed to beat every league participant save Kiriinya Jinja S.S thus 23 victories have been registered with only 7 draws scoring 57 goals conceding 18 in the process which is quite a remarkable achievement.

Focus now turns to the Caf Confederation Cup play off engagement against Tunisian giants Club Sportiff Sfaxien on Saturday 12th January 2019 at St Mary’s stadium Kitende at 4:00pm.