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 3. APR 3-0 
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Narrow Win Angers Owuor - Feb 23, 2016


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Jean
Bahufite
APR Basketball Club coach Cliff Owuor has said he was not impressed with his team's performance following a one-point margin win over United Generation Basketball (UGB) in a league game played on Saturday at UR- CST courts. Owuor's youthful side narrowly beat UGB 72-71 to move to a 5:4 win ratio this season but stayed in fifth place in the ten-team league table after nine games. APR dominated the first quarter 22-8 and narrowly won the second 16-15, but UGB recovered in the second half to win third and fourth quarters 22-18 and 26-16 respectively. Frank Nshimiyimana of APR scored the game high 22 points while Eric Munyaneza added 20 points for the 2010 champions. "The performance was far from impressive; we almost lost the game despite a huge half-time lead. Clearly something is wrong and we need to address it urgently. We need to work on the mistakes we've made today and do better next time," Owuor told Times Sport. Elsewhere on Saturday, Four-time reigning champions, Espoir defeated the U18 Boys Team 94-41 to take their win ratio to 6:2 and cut the gap on table leaders Patriots to four points. As it stands, Patriots top the table with maximum 18 points, one point better than IPRC-South in second place. IPRC-Kigali occupy third with 15 points while Jean Bahufite 's Espoir sit in fourth place 14 points and a game in hand.
Courtesy of: newtimes.co.rw   




Aubin
Kasongo
REG crowned Heroes basketball tournament champions - 12 days ago
RWANDA Energy Group (men) and IPRC-South (women) were on crowned champions of the 2018 National Heroes Basketball Tournament that concluded on Sunday evening at Amahoro Indoor Stadium. REG claimed the title after overcoming archrivals Patriots in a narrow 54-51 win while IPRC-South stunned hopefuls APR in another hard fought 79-77 win to clinch the women's title. Both champions walked away with trophies and Rwf 500.000 cash prize each. The clash between Patriots and REG was befitting of a...   [read more]
Niyonsaba's double-double leads IPRC-South to victory - 27 days ago
Rwanda international Bienvenue Niyonsaba(PF) scored a team-high 20 points and 12 rebounds to help IPRC-South overcome IPRC-Kigali in a narrow 69-68 overtime win in the national basketball league on Saturday in Huye. With victory, IPRC-South jumped from fifth to third position in the league table standings with 11 points from seven games, (four wins and 3 losses). The Huye-based league side moved one point ahead of reigning champions Rwanda Energy Group (REG), who have played one game less.    [read more]

Moise
Mutokambali
Rwanda to face Mali in FIBA World Cup Qualifiers opener - 1 month ago
Rwanda men's national basketball will face hosts Mali in the Group B opening game at the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup Qualifiers First Round to be staged in Bamako from February 23-25. The Malian capital will host Group B that consists of Mali, Nigeria, Uganda and Rwanda. Rwanda's coach Moise Mutokambali has named a provisional 17-player squad that started non-residential training last Wednesday at Amahoro Indoor Stadium. The team trains two days in a week until after the Heroes' Day ba...   [read more]


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