GS APPEGA leads the Eastern handball sub-league

Groupe Scholaire APPEGA Gahengeri began the 2016 national women handball league with an outstanding performance in a 22-4 win over GS Rwamashyongoshyo in the Eastern Sub League first round on Sunday.

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GS APPEGA 22-4 GS Rwamashyongoshyo
GS APPEGA 21-15 Duha Complexe
Duha complexe 14-10 GS Rwamashyongoshyo

 

Groupe Scholaire APPEGA Gahengeri began the 2016 national women handball league with an outstanding performance in a 22-4 win over GS Rwamashyongoshyo in the Eastern Sub League first round on Sunday.

 

This year’s national league has been split into four sub leagues namely; Central, Southern, Northern and Eastern, attracting a total of 18 teams.

 

In their first game, APPEGA, who hosted the first round matches the at Gahengeri ground, humbled Groupe Scholaire Rwamashyongoshyo 22-4 goals before defeating Duha Complexe 21-15, to finish on top of the table with six points and a goal difference of 24.

In another match, Duha Complexe defeated Rwamashyongoshyo 14-10 to go second with four points and a deficit of one goal while Rwamashyongo comes last with two points and a deficit of 22 goals.

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