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 3. APR 3-0 
 4. IPRC-Kigali 3-1 
 5. REG 3-1 
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 7. Rusizi 2-4 
 8. UGB 1-3 
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IPRC-South, a Win Away From First League Title After Edging UR-Huye - May 11, 2016


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IPRC-South defeated UR-Huye on Sunday afternoon to move within two points to win their maiden basketball league title. The league giants IPRC-South overpowered the varsity side UR- Huye Campus basketball team 94-63 to boost chances of being the next champions, should they overcome bitter rivals Patriots on May 14 in Huye, a clash set to determine who will be the next champions. IPRC-South started on a faster pace, upsetting the visitors to easily claim the first quarter 24-9 before taking the second quarter 18-13 to go into half-time with a conformable 42-22 lead. Coming into second-half, Didier Bineza 's men returned even more energetic to win the third quarter by 32-18 but struggling UR-Huye's stole a narrow 23-19 win in the last quarter to suffer the 11th defeat out of 17 games played this season. IPRC-South skipper Bienvenue Niyonsaba scored a game high 20 points while Sunny Niyomugabo added 17 points for the winners. UR-Huye captain Aubin Bizimana (18 points) and small forward Jean Baptiste Kabayiza (15 points) combined for a total 33 points. Elsewhere, United Generation Basketball (UGB) club beat Rusizi BBC 75-44 in Rusizi to record their 8th victory, improving their win ratio to 8:9 this season. As it stands after 17 rounds, Patriots, Espoir and IPRC-Kigali top the table with 32 points each but Patriots have played a game less. IPRC-South south are fourth 31 points with a game hand while APR and UGB sit fifth and sixth with 28 and 25 points respectively.
Courtesy of: newtimes.co.rw   




Moise
Mutokambali
Afrobasket: Cameroon ends Rwanda's dream - 12 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 - 13 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]
Rwandan National Team 2017 - 14 days ago
Starting five
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Hamza Ruhezamihigo
Ruhezamihigo
Kenneth Gasana
Gasana
Kami Kabangu
Kabangu
Patjo Twagirayezu
Twagirayezu
Olivier Shyaka
Shyaka
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