Weekend’s league results
Atraco 3-0 Etincelles
Kibuye 0-0 APR
Police 0-1 Rayon
Mukura 3-0 Marines
Kiyovu 2-0 AS Kigali
Electrogaz 2-2 Military
Rayon Sport head coach Raoul Shungu is not convinced the Blues’ are playing their best football despite defeating Police 1-0 in the national league played in Gitarama over the weekend.
The former DR Congo international told Times Sport over the weekend that his club is not playing its best football and has since asked the club’s administrators to recall all the players who are still away on ‘holiday’.
“Once all players are back, we shall certainly be a much stronger side than we are right now,” Shungu said. The list of Rayon players who are still away include last season’s top scorer Bokota Labama Kamana, Kalisa Kase, Kalisa Mao and Djunga Taribo.
Djuma Masudi’s brilliant free kick helped the Blues’ to a 1-0 victory over Police thus resurrecting the club from a crumbling start.
Rayon had lost their previous two games.
Elsewhere, league leaders Atraco continued their run with a 3-0 thumping of Etincelles at Shorongyi grounds. Abedi Mulenda, Andre Lomami and Mutesa Mafisango were on target for the taxi-men. Reigning champions APR were held to a goalless draw by home side Kibuye at Gatwaro stadium. Ever since the club’s move to offload most of its influential and experienced players, APR has looked below par.
SC Kiyovu kept pressure on Atraco after their 2-0 win over AS Kigali at Mumena stadium. Former Rayon Sport striker Jean Claude Bigirimana a.k.a Drogba scored a brace for Kiyovu.
In Gisenyi, Mukura hammered lowly placed Marines 3-0 while Military and Electrogaz settled for a 2-2 draw at Camp Kigali.
National Football League table