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IPRC-Kigali end Patriots' unbeaten run - Jan 19, 2017


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Integrated Polytechnic Regional Centre (IPRC-Kigali) basketball club coach Albert Bahuke has praised his players for their resilience and hard work that enabled the team to end Patriots unbeaten run in the national league this season. Bahuke's side fought gallantly to overcome the defending champions 80-75 on a weekend when youthful APR also shocked league leaders Espoir in a tightly contested game 71-70. Speaking to Times Sport, Bahuke said he was thrilled with his fourth win of the season, 'I congratulate my players for their performance against the champions, they showed that they can compete against the best.' 'We won because we played as a team. Patriots are the best team in the league and this win means that anything can happen this season,' Buhake noted. IPRC-Kigali came into the game under pressure not to lose the second game having lost to Rwanda Energy Group (REG) 75-55 in the previous outing. Patriot's coach Henry Mwinuka admitted that, 'We lost because they played badly, it's that simple. As I said before, IPRC-Kigali are a very aggressive team and they showed that.' Elsewhere, REG beat Integrated Polytechnic Regional Centre South (IPRC-South) 81-66 in the other game played over weekend. The newly established side dominated first three quarters (19-13, 21-14 and 17-14) while IPRC-South claimed the fourth quarter 25-24.
Courtesy of: newtimes.co.rw   




Jean
Bahufite
REG Basketball Club beef up squad ahead of new season - 17 days ago
Rwanda national basketball regular season league champions Rwanda Energy Group (REG) have already begun preparations ahead of the 2017/18 season by beefing up their rosters with new players. The start of the new campaign, which is scheduled to get underway on December 1, will be preceded by the pre-season tournament that will run from November 11-26. Jean Bahufite 's REG have signed two players from playoffs champions, Patriots, including Elie Kaje (195-G-95)-the 22-year-old forward penne...   [read more]

Hamza
Ruhezamihigo
ZONE V: City Oilers Defeat Rwanda's Patriots to Defend Crown - 1 month ago
Uganda's Basketball Club City Oilers successfully defended their Zone V Basketball Cup, a title they had won last year in Tanzania. Oilers reached this fate with an enormous victory that saw them defeat Rwanda's Patriots 86-59 in a final played at a sold out MTN Indoor Arena in Lugogo. Jordin Mayers was the starman of the day, putting up 16 points before the long break an adding on other 5 points in the following quarters to notch a game high tally of 21 points. Adarius Pegues who receive...   [read more]
FINAL: Uganda's City Oilers take on Rwanda's Patriots - 1 month ago
Pre-tournament favourites City Oilers of Uganda and Patriots from Rwanda will contest Saturday's final of the FIBA Africa Zone 5 Club Basketball Championships at Lugogo. Patriots silenced the partisan Ugandan crowd at Lugogo by snatching a place in the final at the expense of fancied Power, who failed to respond to a flying start by the visitors. The Patriots took an 18-10 quarter one lead, held on 35-32 at half time and when they stretched it to 57-48 in the 3rd quarter, the final place...   [read more]


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