18 March 2013

RWANDA : MVP Mugabe Praises to Teammates

After being crowned the Most Valuable Player of the national basketball league season that ended on Saturday, Espoir's point guard Aristide Mugabe attributed his outstanding performance to the support of his team mates.
Espoir players and officials pose for a group photo after completing an unbeaten season in their jubilee aniversary year.
Mugabe led Espoir to both the regular season title and the playoffs trophy, success the Nyamirambo-based side achieved with an unprecedented unbeaten record in the club's jubilee anniversary year.
Jean Bahufite's team beat archrivals APR 78-68 in Game Three of the best of five playoff final series on Saturday at Amahoro indoor stadium court, to complete a 3-0 whitewash.
Espoir won all three games which helped them to win two titles in what has been an outstanding season for the oldest basketball club in Rwanda. They won Game One 89-63 and Game Two 106-54 respectively last weekend.
After the game Mugabe, who was named MVP, expressed his delight after scooping the award ahead of his team mates Kami Kabange and APR's Lionel Hakizimana, but heaped the praise on his teammates, whom he said, without them, he couldn't be the player he is.
"I am happy with the MVP award, but what is most important is that the team has won two titles in a single season, the whole team has been outstanding throughout the season," he told Times Sport on the courtside after receiving his award.
He added, "I'm happy with the performance of our team, and I want to congratulate my teammates for the effort each one of us put to make this dream a reality."
The 24-year-old acknowledged that much as he won the MV award, Espoir's success has been built on team effort where everyone connected to the club, from players, coaching staff, management and the fans, played a key role.
He said, "We have been unstoppable this season. We did our best to win all games which is good for us, we hope we will continue to work hard because this is not the end."
APR's Kenyan born coach Cliff Owour summed up his team's demise in just a few words, "We failed to defend well against an excellent team that's why we got punished.

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