27 August 2012

UGANDA : Rwanda’s Espoir defeat Burundi’s Urunani to men’s Zone 5 title

Espoir rwandaUrunani 39 – 90 Espoir
Rwandan side Espoir put a halt to Urunani’s tournament form, to clinch the men’s FIBA Africa Zone 5 Championships at the Lugogo Indoor Arena on Sunday evening.
The former, who had eliminated Kenya’s KCB Lions prior to the final, gave no show as they lost out 90-39 in a one-sided affair.
“We do not know what happened,” Urunani captain
Alexis Hakizimna, who failed on two attempts, told Kawowo Sports. The Burundian side was so poor on the day that their best scorer Elvis Hakizina had only nine points.
But Espoir were the side in control of the game. They reached the 20 point mark in all quarters, reaching 90 in total.Arstide Mugabe, who was later named the tournament’s most valuable player (MVP), scored a game high 26 points.
“It was determination that saw us through,” Christopher Wazayire told this website. “We started counting our chances after the third quarter.” he added.
APR is the last Rwandan side to win the crown five years ago.
1995 Harare (Men) Posta KCB (Women)
1996 Nairobi Coop (Men) KCB (Women)
1997 Kampala Coop (Men) KCB (Women)
1998 Dar-esalam Coop (Men) KCB (Women)
1999 Lusaka Cobra (Men) Telkom (Women)
2000 Kampala Falcons (Men) Ogopa(Women)
2001 Kigali Vijana(Men) KPA(Women)
2002 Nairobi APR (Men) KPA (Women)
2003 Zanzibar Ulinzi JKT E/AFRICA
2004 Kampala Postbank (Men) Lady Bucks(Women)
2005 Dar-esalam KCB (Men) Storms (Women)
2006 Nairobi KCB (Men) KPA (Women)
2007 Kigali APR (Men) KPA (Women)
2008 Adis Ababa APR (Men) KPA (Women)
2009 Kampala Coop (Men) KPA (Women)
2010 Bujumbura Coop (Men) Eagle Wings (Women)
2011 Dar-esalam Urunani(Men) KPA(Women)

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