By Steven Tusiime 

Jinja Oval

NILE CC 105/10 Afunaduula Jonathan 25 off 38 balls, in 25.2 overs lost to SKLPS 107/2 Yogesh Rabadia 27 off 25 balls, Meghji Kara 18 off 14 balls in 16.2 overs by 8 wickets

Player of Match: Yogesh Rabadia 3/37 off 10 overs & 27 off 25 balls from SKLPS

With the threat of relegation hanging around Nile's neck, SKLPS further compounded their misery defeating them by eight weeks in Jinja.

Nile's opening batsmen failed to build a platform for their side to launch their innings as they failed to play against Meghji Kara and Yogesh Rabadia both departing with only 4 runs on board.

Dhaval Patel and Shan Hemani who tried to consolidate the mid order but their partnership was soon broken by man of match Yogesh Rabadia who picked both wickets.

Debutant Afuna Jonathan 25(40) combined with Juma Ochaya to drag the score to ninety but as soon as the two were picked, SKLPS never let the tail wag with Nile setting a meagre 105 all out. 

SKLPS set about knocking off the required run in quick time and they got stuck in to the chase dealing with loose balls with no mercy with Nile not helping its cause by sending down 21 free extra runs. 

The win for SKLPS keeps them in third place while Nile will have to wait for their six pointer with Budo to know their Div 2 fate.