SC Kiyovu assistant coach Jean de Dieu Mateso still believes his side can’t get their hands off the Primus National League until the last day of the season. SC Kiyovu suffered a 1-0 shock defeat to Sunrise on Sunday at Nyagatare Stadium and hence dropped to second place on the table with 60 points, trailing table leaders APR who have a superior goal difference. “It’s absurd that we lost this game despite putting on a good display and missing the penalty. We should at least have got a draw but it was not our day and, like someone who played football, I believe anything can happen on the last day,” said Mateso. We can still win the title and compete for the continental tournament next season. We played a good game and lost due to a stupid mistake. It was a reckless mistake that cost us but let's keep dreaming and fight until the end. After decades of struggles, and a near-relegation 2016/17 season, the Green Baggies seem to have put their worst days behind them and have been competing for the title for the last two seasons. Sunday’s title slip at the hands of Sunrise was a carbon copy paste of the result the same side suffered against Espoir in Rusizi last season, a result that cost them the title, trailing champions APR by one point. They are now on the brink of losing the title to the army side on goal difference with the pair looking likely to end the campaign level on points. Only miraculous results in the final league game can save Kiyovu’s season and end their 30-year title jinx in style. Mateso’s men will need to beat Rutsiro FC on Sunday at Kigali Pele Stadium and pray that Gorilla FC can force a draw or victory against APR. Otherwise, the army side is destined to lift the trophy in Bugesera.