Inter test for APR

Fiba Africa club championshipQuarterfinalsTodayPetro Atletico vs Co-operative  13:00pmMazembe vs ASPAC                  15:00pmInter-club vs APR                        17:00pmKano Pillars vs Primeiro de Agosto  19:00pm APR will be looking to navigate their way past Congo Brazzaville out fit Inter-Club when the two sides clash this afternoon in the quarter-finals of the Fiba Africa Club Championships at Amahoro indoor stadium court.
APR’s Robert Thompson (L) and Mathew Miller (R) react during their group game against Kano Pillars.
APR’s Robert Thompson (L) and Mathew Miller (R) react during their group game against Kano Pillars.

Fiba Africa club championship
Quarterfinals
Today

Petro Atletico vs Co-operative  13:00pm
Mazembe vs ASPAC                  15:00pm
Inter-club vs APR                        17:00pm
Kano Pillars vs Primeiro de Agosto  19:00pm

APR will be looking to navigate their way past Congo Brazzaville out fit Inter-Club when the two sides clash this afternoon in the quarter-finals of the Fiba Africa Club Championships at Amahoro indoor stadium court.

APR’s impressive run in the tournament was dented on Thursday after losing to 2006 champions, Petro Atletico of Angola, while their opponents have lost two of the four matches they have so far played.

Though APR coach Cliff Owuor thinks the tie won’t be as easy as most people are thinking, he is confident his Indomitable Lions will roar past the Brazzaville club.

“Every team that is participating in this tournament is a champion, so we cannot afford to underestimate this team.
“They are a good team, who boast of the top scorer in their ranks, but am confident we will defeat them,” the 32-year-old Kenyan trainer said yesterday.

Angolan duo of Petro Atletico and Primeiro de Agosto will go into their quarterfinal clashed with Co-operative Bank of Kenya and Kano Pillars of Nigeria respectively as favorites.
Benin’s ASPAC and DRC’s Mazembe meet in the other quarterfinal game.

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