It was a good weekend for Rwandan players abroad compared to last weekend as the majority of the players were able to get enough playing time. The likes of Rafael York, Emmanuel Imanishimwe, Joel Mugisha and Meddie Kagere were all in good form for their respective clubs. Times Sport brings to you a complete wrap up of performances of Rwandan players abroad. CAF Confederation Cup Left-back Emmanuel Imanishimwe was superb for 90 minutes for AS FAR Rabat who drew 1-1 with Remo Stars. Fellow countryman Thierry Manzi did not make the FAR Rabat match day squad. Midfielder Ally Niyonzima was introduced in the second half as his club Bumamuru FC lost 3-0 in Ethiopia to Fasil Ketema Sweden Rafael York put up a solid performance in midfield for AFC Eskilstuna who went away to beat Trelleborgs by one goal to nothing. Moldova Steve Rubanguka played 83 minutes for Zimbru Chisinau before being substituted as they stayed at home and drew 3-3 with SF. Gheorge. Luxembourg Central midfielder Sven Kalisa was a full timer for Etzella Ettelbruck who were beaten 4-0 by Hesperange. Belgium In the Belgian second tier league, midfield enforcer Djihad Bizimana once again failed to make the KMSK Deinze squad in their 2-1 defeat to RDMW 47. Samuel Gueulette was not involved in Raal La Louviere 1-0 defeat to Tienen due to injury. Norway At the Alfheim stadium, winger Joel Mugisha lasted 90 minutes for Bodo Glimt who lost by three goals to two to Tromso. Elsewhere in the third league, goalkeeper Clement Twizere Buhake was in post for Strommen IF humiliated Arendal by five goals to nil. 19-year-old Emmanuel Gisa was also in action for Pots Greenland who drew 2-2 with Fram Larvik England Noam Emeran and George Lewis Ishimwe were not in action this weekend as all football activities in England were suspended following the death of the Queen. Tanzania Experienced striker Meddie Kagere lasted full throttle for Singida Big Stars who drew goalless with Dodoma Jiji.