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Patriots Turn Focus to Hoops Playoffs Title - Jun 23, 2016


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After claiming a first regular league title, Patriots Basketball Club have turned attention to winning the play-offs title that begins this Friday at Amahoro indoor stadium. Fresh from clinching their maiden Gisembe memorial regional crown at the weekend, beating DR Congo's Boundess 66-64 in final at Amahoro indoor stadium, Henry Mwinuka has challenged his men to complete a historic treble. "We're on track to win a treble, and complete what would be an unbelievable campaign for us, so the boys know what is at stake, our target this season was to win at least three titles," the Tanzania-born trainer told Times Sport on Wednesday. Mwinuka is enjoying his first season with the Kagugu-based side after replacing Cyrille Kalima , who resigned in December. "This year has been a success for the whole club, and we want to ensure that we end it on a high by winning the playoffs," he added The top four teams in the men's category will battle for honors in the best-of-five semi-finals series while the women league, is heading to the best-of-three finals series and third-place playoffs. Patriots will face IPRC-Kigali, who finished fourth in the regular season and the winner will lock horns with the winner from the other semi-final between league first runner-up Espoir and IPRC-South, who finished third. Meanwhile, in the women league, APR will face off Ubumwe in the finals while The Hoops Rwanda will battle it out with IPRC-South in the third-place playoffs. Espoir are the defending champions of the men's playoffs competition after defeating Patriots 3-1 in the best-of-five finals series last year while in the women's league, nine-time league champions APR won the playoffs crown after defeating Ubumwe 3-1.
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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
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Hamza Ruhezamihigo
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Kenneth Gasana
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Kami Kabangu
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Patjo Twagirayezu
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Olivier Shyaka
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