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IPRC-South Revive Hopes, Ugb Stun Espoir - Apr 7, 2016


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IPRC-South have resuscitated their hopes for the hoops league title after defeating APR while United Generation Basketball (UGB) stunned holders Espoir over the weekend. The Huye-based IPRC-South mauled former champions APR 62-37 on Saturday in Huye district to go top of the table standings, leapfrogging defending champions Espoir, who were shocked by youthful United UGB 73-68 on Friday night. IPRC- South won the first, third and fourth quarter 14-6, 16-6 and 20-10 respectively while Cliff Owuor 's APR took the second quarter, 14-12. Skipper Bienvenue Niyonsaba scored the game high 19 points while Point-guard Yesman Bushiri and small forward Sunny Niyomugabo added 15 and 13 points respectively. Eric Munyaneza with 13 points was APR's highest scorer. Elsewhere, IPRC- Kigali pounded struggling Cercle Sportif de Kigali (CSK) 94-49 on Sunday; two days after the later also lost 66-38 to Moise Mutokambali's U18 Boys Team.
In women's league, reigning champions APR won 65-57 over IPRC-South.
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Aristide
Mugabe
Patriots coach unveils squad for FIBA Zone V - 5 hours ago
PATRIOTS Basketball Club coach Henry Mwinuke has named his provisional squad for the upcoming FIBA Africa Zone V Club Championships scheduled to take place from October 1 to 7 at Lugogo Indoor Arena in Kampala, Uganda. Rwanda will be represented by three teams, Patriots and IPRC- South in the men's category while APR will be the sole representatives in the women's fray. This year's edition is expected to be contested by a total of 19 teams from eight regional countries. Patriots, the 2016...   [read more]

Moise
Mutokambali
Afrobasket: Cameroon ends Rwanda's dream - 14 days ago
Rwanda suffered a 77-81 defeat at hands of Cameroon Sunday afternoon to miss out on a place in the quarter-finals of the ongoing 29th African Basketball Championships (Afrobasket) in Senegal and Tunisia. Rwanda started the game with a clear intent to win and dominated the first quarter 22-18. However, things changed very quickly as Cameroon bounced back to take the second quarter 23-14 to go into half-time break with a 41-36 lead. Moise Mutokambali 's team upped their game after the break...   [read more]
Tunisia beat Rwanda 78-60 - 15 days ago
Tunisia's Basketball team secured their second win at the Afrobasket after beating Rwanda's 78-60 (halftime: 30-25) at a Group C day-2 game played on Saturday evening in Rades. The national team had defeated Cameroon's 68-51, on Friday, at the opening game of the Afrobasket co-hosted by Senegal and Tunisia from September 8 to 16. In the other Group match played earlier this afternoon, Cameroon beat Guinea 96-54 (halftime: 51-26)   [read more]


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