Sunday Rwanda 114-34 Eritrea South Sudan 42-57 Burundi Point guard Ntore Habimana was in fine form as his game high 18 points powered Rwanda to a convincing 114-34 victory over minnows Eritrea on Sunday to get off to a bright start in the FIBA Afro-CAN qualifiers going on in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Cheikh Sarr boys bossed the game from the very start, winning the first two quarters 23-7 and 27-7 going into half-time with a 50-14 lead. Back in the second half, a combination of players like Ntore Habimana, Kendall Gray and Robeyns William helped the team to take the third quarter on 35-15 points, and the last one on 29-5 points. Habimana scored starred with a game high 18 points as William Robeyns and Kendall Lamar Gray added 17 and 16 points respectively. ALSO READ: Afro-CAN Qualifiers: Rwanda to face Eritrea in opener ALSO READ: Rwanda to participate in Afro-CAN qualifiers Rwanda will be back to action on Monday, June 19, playing against South Sudan, before rubbing shoulders with Tanzania the following day. The team’s last match will be against Burundi on Wednesday, June 21. The latter beat South Sudan 57-42 in another game on Sunday. Afro-CAN is a continental basketball tournament that focuses on promoting players that play in Africa. The competition allows national teams to summon a roster that comprises only two overseas-based players, while the rest of the ten should be based on the continent. The current qualifiers will determine the teams that will participate in the Afro-CAN finals, a 12-nation tournament that will take place in Luanda, Angola, from July 7-16.