GS Kabusunzu 2-1 Makongo (Tan)
ES Kigoma 28-38 Lubiri (Uga)
Indangaburezi 2-3 Kwanthanze(Ken)
Other selected results
St. Mary’s Kitende (Uga) 1-1 Kibuli (Uga) (pen 4-3)
St. Mary’s Kitende 3-2 Malava (Ken)
Lord Baden Powell (Tan) 81-64 Makongo (Tan)
Shimba Hills (Ken) 59-46 St. Mary’s Kitende
St. Mary’s Kitende 58-31 St. Juliana (Uga)
Maseno (Ken) 13-3 Hanna Mixed (Uga)
Kapkolei (Ken) 1-2 St. John’s Kaloleni (Ken)
Kamusinga (Ken) 16-17 Gombe SS (Uga)
GS KABUSUNZU coach Grace Nyinawumuntu has hailed his side after winning the girls’ football title at the just concluded East African Post-primary, FEASSSA Games in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Kabusunzu was the only Rwandan team to win a trophy out of the 20 trophies which were at stake.
Nyinawumuntu, who doubles as the She-Amavubi and AS Kigali women Football Club coach said: “We are very happy for the milestone my girls accomplished, we did our best to win the title and we are happy for that, I congratulate my players.”
Kabusunzu, who were making their maiden appearance at the regional tourney, won the title after beating home-side Makongo 2-1 in the final played on Sunday. The Rwandan team scored their goals through Marie Jeanne Nyirahafashimana and Anne Marie Ibangarye.
Uganda’s Saint Mary’s Kitende dominated the one-week long competitions after retaining the boys’ football title, which they have won since 2004. They also won the boys’ volleyball and netball titles but lost in girls’ basketball final.