AS Kigali maintain lead, APR press on

National Women League Muhoza 0-2 AS Kigali APR       2-0 Inyemera Aspej     3-0 Rubavu

National Women League

Muhoza 0-2 AS Kigali

APR       2-0 Inyemera

Aspej     3-0 Rubavu

GSRR     3-0 Rambura

Lionnes 3-0   Ruhango

APR continued their pursuit of champions and league leaders AS Kigali with a hard fought 2-0 win over Inyemera at Kicuriko artificial turf.

However, the military side still has a difficult task of wiping out a five-point deficit with AS Kigali if they are to win what would be a second title in three years.

With the Kigali City Council side looking like it will not drop points any time soon following Sunday’s 2-0 thrashing of Muhoza at Ubworoherane stadium, APR coach Egidia Kayitesi has cautioned her team not to give up on the title race.

“It is imperative that we keep our focus and concentrate on grinding out wins. For now, we should care less about what AS Kigali are doing,” Kayitesi said.

Remera Rukoma (GSSR) beat Rambura 3-0 to consolidate their third spot while Aspej moved within three points of fourth placed Inyemera after trouncing Rubavu 3-0.

Les Lionnes leapfrogged Ruhango into 8th spot after a 3-0 win.

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