A win for the Kajjansi based side would have earned them automatic qualification to Super league next season with a game more. Currently, Lweza stands atop of the league table with 38 points from 19 matches played this season, two ahead of Baza.
Bainomugisha, who expressed disappointment at the low scoring draw, in n interview with Red Pepper said his side played perfectly well to deserve the maximum three points at stake.
“I don’t really know what else to do to deserve three points. Yesterday (Wednesday) the players played their hearts out but saw their efforts end in a draw.
“We created chances yet couldn’t bury the ball in the opponents’ net. I think hard luck is our bane and nothing more than that.
“Baza simply had with a match plan to earn a draw, they got it and are the happiest side for the outcome of the game.
“They played defensively for the duration of the game. I’m really disappointed that once again we’re unable to grab three points.
“We’ll intensify the battle to seal promotion in our subsequent match.
Baza visits Artland Koboko in their last game as Lweza will host wobbly Vuura.