Kavedzija targets fourth straight win

Yesterday Men Uganda 87-48 Tanzania   Women Kenya 72-37 Tanzania Today WomenEthiopia vs Kenya 2pm (Amahoro stadium)Burundi vs Tanzania 4pm (Amahoro stadium)Uganda vs Rwanda 4.30pm (Green Hills)
Fiston Muhire has been a key player for Rwanda in the on-going Zone 5 basketball Championship. (File photo)
Fiston Muhire has been a key player for Rwanda in the on-going Zone 5 basketball Championship. (File photo)

Yesterday

Men

Uganda 87-48 Tanzania
 
Women
Kenya 72-37 Tanzania

Today

Women
Ethiopia vs Kenya 2pm (Amahoro stadium)
Burundi vs Tanzania 4pm (Amahoro stadium)
Uganda vs Rwanda 4.30pm (Green Hills)

Men

Kenya vs Burundi 6pm (Amahoro stadium)
Tanzania vs Rwanda 6.30pm (Green Hills)

RWANDA’s national basketball coach Vaceslav Kavedzija is looking to make it four wins on the trot in the on-going Zone 5 basketball championship when his sides return to action this afternoon.

The women side takes on Uganda at Green Hills before another show down between Rwanda and Tanzania at the same venue.

The two sides have yet to lose a game after winning their opening three games respectively. But what has been fascinating is the ease with which the wins have come. Uganda who lost out to Rwanda’s men side 76-89 presented the toughest test so far.

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