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Rwandan National Team -17 - Mar 25, 2017


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Rwandan National Team 2017
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Aristide Mugabe
Mugabe
Olivier Shyaka
Shyaka
Kami Kabangu
Kabangu
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Aristide Mugabe 183-PG-88 Espoir Rwanda

Ali Kubwimana PG-95 Patriots Rwanda

Sedar Sagamba PG Patriots Rwanda

Pascal Niyonkuru PF Espoir Rwanda

Eric Munyaneza PF APR Rwanda

Jean Ndoli C IPRC-Kigali Rwanda

Olivier Shyaka 197-G/F-95 Espoir Rwanda

Elie Kaje G Espoir Rwanda

Bienvenue Niyonsaba PF IPRC-South Rwanda

Kami Kabangu 203-C-84 REG Rwanda

Ali Ruzigande F APR Rwanda

Norbert Ishimwe SG

Walter Nkurunziza SG Patriots Rwanda

Dieudonne Ndizeye SG IPRC-Kigali Rwanda

Steven Hagumintwari SF-93 IPRC-Kigali Rwanda

  




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