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Airtel - FUFA MVP Shaban missed a penalty but Okhuti scored the winner in a 2–1 triumph at Kakyeka Stadium in Mbarara. On 26 March 2017, goals from Okhuti again and a returning Rashid Agau helped Ondu knock out Big League team Water FC and qualify for the quarterfinals. On 9 April 2017, Sadolin Paints FC knocked Onduparaka out of the Uganda Cup by 2–1 in Jinja. Nevertheless, Onduparaka's Greenlight Stadium was chosen to host the 43rd Uganda Cup Final (KCCA defeated Paidha Black Angels 2–0 in June 2017).
On 3 November, Ondu drew 0–0 with BUL FC in Jinja. On 7 November 2017, a jubilant Mbarara held Ondu to a 0–0 draw in Arua, their second goalless draw in a week. On 18 November 2017, Ondu beat Kirinya Jinja SS 1–0 in Arua courtesy of a penalty converted by goalkeeper Sebwato placing them one point behind table leaders Police FC but in 4th tied with KCCA and Villa on 19 points. Beginning the day in 5th place, Karim Bida's comeback brace gave Ondu a 2–1 victory over UPDF in Arua on 28 November 2017 at a time when Caterpillar goalkeeper Nicholas Sebwato (nicknamed Mr.
Caesar Okuti replaced Dickens Okwir in the second half while Denis Andama (aka Koko Makosa) later replaced Gasper. Saints goalie Alex Mugabi hit himself on the goalpost while trying to save a goal attempt and seriously needed medical attention; he was stretchered off and replaced by Harrison Sempajji who made a number of saves from rejuvenated Onduparaka attacks. Mohammad Rashid was replaced with Rashid Agau, the darling of Ondu fans and minutes later, Kabon Living was fouled in the penalty box. Captain Rashid Toha stepped up to convert the spotkick.
Close to the end of normal time, Richard Anyama in the Ondu goal who had been transferred from Saints in January (along with Ivan Mbowa) conceded the second equaliser from a freekick. It seemed like the visitors were safe but after the four additional minutes were over, Kabon also known as Messi scored and relegated the Saints. Armymen cocked their guns while disgruntled visiting fans and officials pursued the referee plus his linesmen. After the chaos subsided minutes later, the game resumed until the 100th minute but Ondu still maintained their Unbeaten Record at home in their maiden top flight season.
In August 2016, Charles Livingstone Mbabazi was named Head Coach and Adraa became the Assistant Coach while Moses "Ugoboss" Oloya became Goalkeeping Coach.  In 2016, Onduparaka FC lost in the 42nd Uganda Cup Final by 3–1 to Vipers SC, their first appearance in the final.  2016–17 season During 2017, their first season in the top flight, Onduparaka FC was the only UPL team unbeaten at home. One of the club's targets in its maiden top-flight season was to avoid relegation. By the end of the first round of matches, Onduparaka had climbed to the top four.
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In a public statement, the Management of Onduparaka FC reported that they asked Livingstone "to step aside with immediate effect from (the) UPL Matchday 21 Clash with UPDF (14 March 2018) until further notice. " In his absence, the technical bench comprising Leo Adraa, Simeon Masaba, Moses Oloya, Morris Adiga and Ramathan Musema would take care of the team. Ondu drew 0–0 in Bombo after a goal was cancelled, penalty denied and woodwork hit in the last minutes. On Good Friday 30 March 2018, two first half goals by Viane and a second half goal by Okhuti gave Onduparaka a 3–0 victory over Masavu FC. It was the first three-goal margin home win for the Caterpillars in the Uganda Premier League. A 40th-minute goal on 4 April 2018 from Viane Sekajugo gave Ondu a 1–0 win at Proline FC's Startimes Stadium Lugogo, Kampala.
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Ondu visited Kyabazinga Stadium on 3 March 2018 but trailed Jinja Kirinya SS at halftime. The goal was scored by former Caterpillar Fred Adaku. On 10 March 2018, the first time Onduparaka FC lost at home in the Uganda Premier League, beaten 0–1 by record champions SC Villa. Ondu remained with 29 points after 20 games and in 6th place. The following week after fans accused him together with some players of not giving their all for the team, Head Coach Livingstone Mbabazi parted ways with Onduparaka FC.
Fatefully, they were beaten 4–1 at the St. Mary's Kitende Stadium in Kajjansi on 9 May 2017. The game was marred with violence. That same day, KCCA were crowned Champions for the second consecutive year. In the Last Home Game of the Season, Muhammad Shaban scored in the 16th minute but Saints FC equalised just before halftime. The army side needed only one point, that is a draw to be safe from relegation and leave the battle for survival to Lweza and Police; JMC Hippos had already been relegated.
Ondu badly needed an equaliser after all their wasted chances; Muhammad Shaban hit the woodwork and missed other chances. Kickoff was in sunny weather but even the winds could not discourage the many high balls. Then just before halftime, Dickens Okwir was fouled in the penalty box by the Express captain. Toha stepped up to score the equaliser in the 41st minute and redeem himself after sending the keeper the wrong way. In the second half, Coach Livingstone was restless on the touchline and urged his defence not to concede again. Rashid Agau excited the fans when he was called from the bench to warm up as a replacement for Caesar Okhuti, the Oldest Caterpillar. Fahd Toko meanwhile replaced Okwir less than 20 minutes from full-time. Shaban played his heart out but it just was not his day to steal the show when he missed a good opportunity for the winner close to extratime.
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OFC hosted Maroons on 9 April 2018 in Arua, but the game remained locked at 0–0. On 17 April 2018, Ondu hosted defending champions KCCA FC who took their starman Muhammad Shaban. When he scored in the first half, KCCA manager Mike Mutebi looked quite satisfied but Viane equalised for the hosts after the restart; game ended 1–1.
In a UPL fixture twelve days later, the Painters left Onduparaka with a point after a 0–0 draw. According to Coach Livingstone Mbabazi, his side created the most chances in the league during the 2017 season. He added that his "players don't fear big teams" because they know that they are big too though recovering from a 2–1 loss to Soana where substitute Shaban scored the consolation on 29 April 2017. Ondu was one of the only two teams in the AUPL still unbeaten at home going into the Game Week 27 Fixture against Express FC on 5 May 2017.
Serunkuma got the goal for Express after a goalless first half. On 28 October 2017, Ondu and Vipers played out a goalless draw in Arua. Leku was ineligible to play because he was on loan from Vipers, Toha had a groin injury he picked from the Express game while Agau had a toe injury but Gasper was returning. The goalless draw nevertheless took Ondu back to the summit by a one-point difference until 31 October when Police beat hosts UPDF in Bombo by 1–0.
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