It was a fair weekend for Rwandan players abroad with a number of them finishing the season at their respective teams on a brilliant note. Kevin Monnet-Paquet featured Aris Limassol in the last game of the season and went on to win the league title in Cyprus. Midfielder Yannick Mukunzi is starting to hit the form as he netted his second goal in two games for Sandvikens IF in the Swedish Ettan Norra League. Times Sport takes a look at how Rwandan players fared abroad. Morocco Emmanuel Imanishimwe is expected to feature for league leaders AS FAR Rabat in the local derby against FUS Rabat on Monday, May 29. Norway Central defender Ange Mutsinzi will be in action on Monday evening when Jerv hosts Hodd. Sweden Yannick Mukunzi scored in his second successive game when he netted the opening goal to help as Sandvikens IF beat Dalkurd 2-1. However, fellow countryman Lague Byiringiro was an unused substitute. Rafael York saw 86 minutes of action as his side Gefle IF beat Orgryte 3-1 in the league. Gilbert Ishimwe also featured for IFK Eskilstuna who beat Rågsveds 3-0. Belgium Mike Tresor Ndayishimiye made way for Angelo Preciado in the 83rd minute as Genk beat Club Brugge 3-1. France Warren Kamanzi was an unused substitute in Toulouse’s 1-1 draw with Auxerre in Ligue 1. Switzerland In the Classic Liga, skipper Quentin Rushenguziminega tasted full time action as FC Echallens beat Portalbens 2-0. Cyprus Kevin Monnet-Paquet played 62 minutes before making way for Szoke as his side Aris Limassol won the league despite losing 4-3 to Apoel Nicosia Kenya Central defender Emery Bayisenge was not in the Gor Mahia team who were held to a goalless draw by Tusker FC.