Police handball coach eyes win over St Alloys

Police Handball Club coach Antoine Ntanganyimana has urged his players to stay focused on their league clash against Groupe Scolaire St Alloys today at Kimisagara youth sports centre. Police lead the nine-team league table with 30 points and three ahead of second-placed Gicumbi with just 30 points in 11 games played.

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APR vs ES Kigoma
Police vs G.S St Alloys
Nyakabanda vs Gicumbi

Police Handball Club coach Antoine Ntanganyimana has urged his players to stay focused on their league clash against Groupe Scolaire St Alloys today at Kimisagara youth sports centre.
Police lead the nine-team league table with 30 points and three ahead of second-placed Gicumbi with just 30 points in 11 games played.

Police have won all their eleven games so far with four games remaining, while Gicumbi have six games remaining.

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The Rwanda National Police Handball club is keen to win this year's league title.

"Our aim since the beginning of the year is to win the national league and we have managed to win all our league games and three trophies already. But the focus still remains on the league title," Ntanganyimana said.

Defending champion Gicumbi will be up against Nyakabanda looking to win and boost their chances of retaining the trophy, while former champions APR will face ES Kigoma.

 

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