Big wins for AS Kigali, APR

National women League Yesterday Rubavu        0-8    AS Kigali Inyemera     3-0    Bugesera Muhoza       2-1    RamburaAPR              7-0    Ruhango Aspej            3-0    Les Lionnes CHAMPIONS AS Kigali bounced back from defeat to Inyemera last week in dramatic fashion with an 8-0 thumping of hapless Rubavu at Nengo playground.

National women League

Yesterday

Rubavu        0-8    AS Kigali
Inyemera     3-0    Bugesera
Muhoza       2-1    Rambura
APR              7-0    Ruhango
Aspej            3-0    Les Lionnes

CHAMPIONS AS Kigali bounced back from defeat to Inyemera last week in dramatic fashion with an 8-0 thumping of hapless Rubavu at Nengo playground.

Star striker Mefya Hakizimana took her tally to 29 goals after recording her third hat-trick of the season.

Shadia Uwamahirwe and Anne Marie Ibangarye weighed in with two goals each while defender Jolie Mbarushimana put an end to the rout with a clever finish to maintain the club’s two-point lead over APR who were also unstoppable as they put seven goals past Ruhango at Ferwafa playground.

Ugandan striker Anatholie Nirere scored a hatrick while Aman Mbikeka, Aimee Flora Tuyizere and Jeannette Umulisa all scored a goal each.

Inyemera and Aspej got default points against Bugesera and Les Lioness respectively after both clubs failed to turn up for unclear reasons while Muhoza edged out Rambura 2-1.

With four games remaining, AS Kigali top the standings while APR, GSSR and Inyemera follow in second, third and fourth spots respectively.

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