APR entertain United Stars in last eight

Today Pool A APR vs United Stars AS Muhanga vs ASPOR SECvs MukuraLa Jeunesse  vs SC Kiyovu  Pool B Rayon vs  Pepiniere Marine     vs  Interforce Etincelles vs  AS Kigali Amagaju  vs  Police REIGNING Peace Cup champions APR will continue their title defense this afternoon when they face United Stars at Mumena Stadium.With Tchimanga Mutamba and Ernest Kwizera suspended and Hegman Ngoma (back strain), Didier Kapet and Victor Nyirenda (thigh) injured, coach Ernie Brandts is expected to make five changes from the team that beat Muhanga in the Primus league over the weekend.

Today
Pool A

APR            vs United Stars
AS Muhanga vs ASPOR
SEC               vs Mukura
La Jeunesse   vs SC Kiyovu

Pool B
Rayon      vs  Pepiniere
Marine     vs  Interforce
Etincelles vs  AS Kigali
Amagaju  vs  Police

REIGNING Peace Cup champions APR will continue their title defense this afternoon when they face United Stars at Mumena Stadium.

With Tchimanga Mutamba and Ernest Kwizera suspended and Hegman Ngoma (back strain), Didier Kapet and Victor Nyirenda (thigh) injured, coach Ernie Brandts is expected to make five changes from the team that beat Muhanga in the Primus league over the weekend.

At Kigali Regional Stadium, Rayon Sport host Pepiniere before what is expected to be a thrilling contest between SC Kiyovu and La Jeunesse.

Etincelles and AS Kigali will lock horns in Musanze while Marine clash with Interforce later in the day.

In other fixtures, Mukura host SEC academy, Amagaju host Police while AS Muhanga plays Aspor at Ferwafa.

The quarter-finals are slated for May 21 while the semi-finals are due on June 11. The third-place playoff and final are scheduled for June 18.

Last year, APR lifted the trophy after beating Rayon 1-0 in the final.

For their triumph, they pocketed Rwf 10m while the blues had to settle for Rwf 7m.The Peace Cup winners represent Rwanda in the Orange Confederation Cup.

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