APR close in on 11th league title

Primus League fixtures Today Musanze          vs    APR Amagaju          vs     Rayon Sport Police            vs     Electrogaz SC. Kiyovu      vs     AS Kigali Marines            vs     Mukura
Erik Paske won the league in his first season as APR coach.
Erik Paske won the league in his first season as APR coach.

Primus League fixtures

Today

Musanze          vs    APR
Amagaju          vs     Rayon Sport
Police            vs     Electrogaz
SC. Kiyovu      vs     AS Kigali
Marines            vs     Mukura
Wednesday
Etincelles         vs    Atraco

Ten-time national league champion APR are back in the hunt for this year’s Primus National League title when they face relegation bound Musanze this afternoon at the latter’s home ground in Musanze, Northern Province.
The defending champions, who are on the verge of winning their eleventh league title go into today’s match needing to win and stretch the gap lead on second placed Atraco to an assailable eight points.
Atraco have two more matches let while APR have four including today’s game. Musanze are rooted at the bottom of the standings with 12 points.
Erik Paske’s Black and White outfit has 45 points, five ahead of Atraco with Etincelles sitting a further point off the pace in third.
A win for the military side, who are yet to face Atraco in the second round will all but hand them the title. Sam Timbe’s Atraco face a tricky test against this season’s surprise package Etincelles at Umuganda stadium tomorrow.
Fourth-placed Rayon Sport play away to Amagaju in Nyamagabe this afternoon as interim coach Emmanuel Ruremesha looks forward to close gap on Etincelles for third place.
SC Kiyovu in fifth place take on relegation battling AS Kigali at Mumena stadium while Marines host fellow strugglers Mukura at Umuganda stadium.
Electrogaz, who secured their maiden qualification to the semifinals of the MTN Peace Cup competition play away to Police at Nyamirambo stadium.

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