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Kami leads REG to Game 1 victory against Patriots - Jul 15, 2017


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Aristide
Mugabe
Rwanda international Kami Kabange scored a game high 26 points to help treble-chasing Rwanda Energy Group (REG) overcome Patriots 82-75 in a tightly contested Game 1 of the 2017 basketball Playoffs finals on Friday night. In-front of a fully packed Amahoro Indoors Stadium, the game was played at furious speed with Patriots looking favorites to win but REG refused to give up and had to wait until the final quarter to snatch to victory. Patriots led for the opening three quarters until REG's quality helped them through in the fourth quarter and took the lead for the first time on the night with three minutes remaining. Henry Mwinuke's Patriots, led by their captain, Aristide Mugabe (183-PG-88) won the first quarter 19-14 and the second 24-23 to go into half-time with a 43-37 lead. Coming into second half, REG looked more energized, making less defensive mistakes to steal the third quarter narrowly 21-20 before demolishing Patriots in the final quarter 24-12 hence winning Game 1 82-75. Kabange ended with a game high 26 points and Benjamin Mukengerwa (G) added 19 points, while REG captain Ali Kubwimana (PG-95) dropped 14 points. Youngster Sedar Sagamba (PG) topped Patriots' score-sheet with 18 points; Elie Kaje scored 15 whereas Burundi international Jean de Dieu Ntagunduka contributed 12 points.
Courtesy of: newtimes.co.rw   




Ikechukwu
Diogu
D'Tigers maul Rwanda 108 - 53 - 16 hours ago
The Nigerian national men's basketball team, the D'Tigers yesterday defeated their opponent from Rwanda 108-53 in the second game of the African qualifiers for the 2019 FIBA World Cup holding in Bamako, Mali. The scores at first half was 56-28, before the D'Tigers led by Ikechukwu Diogu(204-F/C-83, college: Arizona St.) outsmarted the Rwandese with a multiple score line. After yesterday's game against Nigeria, Rwanda will be back in action today, Sunday February 25, to play against neighb...   [read more]

Kenneth
Gasana
FIBA WC Qualifiers 2019: Rwanda Upsets Mali To Secure First Win - 1 day ago
Rwanda national hoops team begun their 2019 FIBA World Cup qualifiers bid brilliantly defeating hosts Mali 74-70 in the opening game of the first window of the African qualifiers played on Friday night at Palaise Des Sport Salamatou Maiga Stadium in Bamako. Rwanda started the game on a promising note winning the first quarter 14-12 playing a 17-all draw by half time. The Malians bounced back to win the third quarter with a three-point gap registering 19-16 but Rwanda reorganized and came...   [read more]

Moise
Mutokambali
Rwanda basketball team face All-Star side in warm-up game - 2 days ago
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