Zone 5 championship
Kenya 76-61 Uganda
Rwanda 98-60 Burundi
Uganda 69-73 Burundi
Ethiopia 58-93 Rwanda Today’s fixtures. RWANDA got their Zone 5 basketball championship off to a flier after convincing victories in both categories yesterday.The women side crashed a helpless Ethiopian side 98-53 while their male counterparts demolished Burundi 98-60 at Amahoro Indoor Stadium.
Rwanda 0-2 Senegal
Angola 1-1 Tunisia
Gabon vs Algeria
Sudan vs Uganda
LAST gasp goals from Moustapha Kasse and Mohamed Diop gave Senegal a 2-0 win over Rwanda in the first of two Group D games played yesterday in Port Sudan.
AS KIGALI coach Grace Nyinawumuntu has her sights firmly set on winning the national women league for a third successive year.After guiding the Kigali City Council side to back to back titles in 2009 and 2010, the 31-year-old has made her intentions clear by further bolstering her squad with five new signings.
But Etincelles’ Orange Confed. Cup match to go on
APR’s Orange Champions League return leg against Tunisia’s Club Africain has been delayed due to the on-going Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) in Sudan. The army side contributed the lion’s share of Rwanda’s national team in Sudan and according to Caf rules, if a team contributes more than three players; the match has to be postponed.
AS Kigali Coach Thierry Hitimana has been temporarily assigned to coach the national U-23 team ahead of next month’s 2012 London Games qualifiers.According to reports from the local football governing body (Ferwafa), Hitimana’s coaching experience was key in his appointment although reliable sources also revealed that Amavubi head coach Sellas Tetteh threw in a good word for him.
AN additional six clubs have been drafted into this year’s second division league which kicks off next Sunday.The list includes Esperance (Kimisagara), United Stars (Ruhango), Rwamagana city, Kirehe, Nyamata and Kicukiro’s Sec Academy.