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 Damas Sikubwabo
Damas Sikubwabo
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Basketball
Ferroviário da Beira secure ticket for BAL 2023
National team's Nshobozwabyosenumukiza during a training session. Dan Nsengiyumva
Basketball
Rwanda starts preparations for FIBA 3x3 Africa Cup
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Basketball
BAL qualifiers: Players that starred in the East Division's Semi-Finals
Adonis Filer tries to go past Tigers' players as he drops 27 as Burundi's Urunani stuns Tigers. The Burundians beat hosts Cape Town Tigers 59-49 to finish top of the group and will head to the Semi-Finals high on confidence. Courtesy
Basketball
Road to BAL: Adonis Filer drops 27 as Burundi's Urunani stuns Tigers
NBA Academy Africa beat Burundi 's Urunani 79-69 in a tension-filled Group A encounter in South Africa. Courtesy (2)
Basketball
Road to BAL: NBA Academy Africa shock Urunani in tense battle
Rwandan star point guard Adonis Filer   who recently joined Urunani Basketball Club from Burundi, seen here trying to go past Kenya Ports Authority's point guard during the 72-43 victory game  in Group A's opening game. Courtesy
Basketball
Road to BAL: East Division's Elite 16 underway in Johannesburg
Rwandan referee Salma Mukansanga will be the first African woman to call a men’s FIFA World Cup game. Courtesy
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Rwanda at World Cup: Mukansanga's date with destiny
Rwandan referee Salma Mukansanga  will officiate at the World Cup as France take on Australia in Group D opener on Tuesday, November 22, at Al Janoub Stadium in Al-Wakrah. Courtesy
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Salma Mukansanga: I never dreamed of officiating at the men’s World Cup
REG Volleyball team players celebrate the victory after winning Taxpayer competition on Sunday, November 20. Courtesy
Volleyball
Volleyball: REG, APR crowned champions of taxpayers’ tourney
Rwandan referee Salma Mukansanga.
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World Cup 2022: Mukansanga to officiate France clash with Australia
Stade Malien Bamako players celebrate after beating Bangui Sporting Club to pick the last spot in the Western Division of the Road to BAL Elite 16 round in Abidjan  on Saturday, November 19. Courtesy
Basketball
Road to BAL: Stade Malien qualify for BAL 2023
President Paul Kagame arrives in Doha, Qatar for the 2022 World Cup Opening Ceremony, on Sunday, November 20. Photo by Courtesy
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Kagame arrives in Qatar ahead of FIFA World Cup opening
Rwandan shooting guard Kenny Gasana who is currently playing for Bangui Sporting Club will feature in the squad that faces Mali’s Stade Malien. Courtesy
Basketball
Road to BAL: Gasana’s Bangui SC vying for last qualification slot in West Division
Rwandan referee Salma Radia Mukansanga will make history as the first African woman to officiate at the showpiece during World Cup. Courtesy
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World Cup: Rwandan poised to make history at Qatar 2022
Seydou Legacy Athletique Club' s player with the ball as they beat Bangui Sporting Club at Palais de Sport Treichville, Abidjan.  on Friday, November 18
Basketball
BAL Qualifiers: SLAC edge Gasana’s Bangui SC to qualify for BAL 2023
Bangui Sporting Club players celebrate as they closed the group unbeaten. Bangui City based team is among four teams that are set for what promises to be a titanic semi-final of the West Division Elite 16 on Friday November 18. Courtesy
Basketball
BAL: Who are the potential contenders for the first two tickets
Seydou Legacy Athletique Club's shooting guard Dane Miller Jr at  the Road to BAL Elite 16 Round. He is among  five best players on the tournament.  Courtesy
Basketball
5 players that shined on day 3 of Road to BAL's West Division
 Bangui Sporting Club's Ken Gasana with the ball during the game. The Rwandan player who recently joined Bangui based club and teammates closed the group phase undefeated at the Road to BAL Elite 16 Round. Courtesy
Basketball
Basketball: Bangui Sporting Club, Stade Malien headline last four teams

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