Nyinawumuntu hails team after wining girl's title at FEASSSA games

GS KABUSUNZU coach Grace Nyinawumuntu has hailed his side after winning the girls' football title at the just concluded East African Post-primary, FEASSSA Games in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Finals

Rwandan schools
Girls’ soccer:
GS Kabusunzu 2-1 Makongo (Tan)

Boys’ H-ball:
ES Kigoma 28-38 Lubiri (Uga)

Girls’ V-ball:
Indangaburezi 2-3 Kwanthanze(Ken)

Other selected results
Boys’ soccer:
St. Mary’s Kitende (Uga) 1-1 Kibuli (Uga) (pen 4-3)

Boys’ V-ball:
St. Mary’s Kitende 3-2 Malava (Ken)

Boys’ B-ball:
Lord Baden Powell (Tan) 81-64 Makongo (Tan)

Girls’ B-ball:
Shimba Hills (Ken) 59-46 St. Mary’s Kitende

Netball:
St. Mary’s Kitende 58-31 St. Juliana (Uga)

Rugby:
Maseno (Ken) 13-3 Hanna Mixed (Uga)

Girls’ Hockey:
Kapkolei (Ken) 1-2 St. John’s Kaloleni (Ken)

Girls’ H-ball:
Kamusinga (Ken) 16-17 Gombe SS (Uga)

GS KABUSUNZU coach Grace Nyinawumuntu has hailed his side after winning the girls’ football title at the just concluded East African Post-primary, FEASSSA Games in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

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Grace Nyinawumuntu. (File)

Kabusunzu was the only Rwandan team to win a trophy out of the 20 trophies which were at stake.
Nyinawumuntu, who doubles as the She-Amavubi and AS Kigali women Football Club coach said: “We are very happy for the milestone my girls accomplished, we did our best to win the title and we are happy for that, I congratulate my players.”

Kabusunzu, who were making their maiden appearance at the regional tourney, won the title after beating home-side Makongo 2-1 in the final played on Sunday. The Rwandan team scored their goals through Marie Jeanne Nyirahafashimana and Anne Marie Ibangarye.

Uganda’s Saint Mary’s Kitende dominated the one-week long competitions after retaining the boys’ football title, which they have won since 2004. They also won the boys’ volleyball and netball titles but lost in girls’ basketball final.

 

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