KBC vs CSK 6p.m
UR- Huye vs IPRC 12p.m
Gisenyi vs Espoir 9a.m
Rusizi vs IPRC 10a.m
KCB vs APR 11a.m
REIGNING CHAMPIONS Espoir are set to retain the league title this weekend if they secure a win over Gisenyi club on Sunday.
Espoir who sit at the summit of the league standings with 34 points from 17 matches needs a win over Gisenyi to be granted of title, their third in row since 2012.
Defending champions Espoir are not only interested in retaining the title but winning it in style with an unbeaten record according to Coach Jean Bahufite.
“We want to maintain a perfect finish. Even losing a single league game would be a back slide, we won the title unbeaten in the last two seasons and we intend to repeat the same feat this time,” added Bahufite.
Though the Nyamirambo-based club has two matches in hand against Cercle Sportif de Kigali (CSK) and Rusizi BBC, a win won’t affect their party celebrations on Sunday.
However, before that Kigali basketball club (KBC) hosts CSK today before facing APR in the second game on Sunday.
On Saturday, IPRC-Kicukiro will take on University of Rwanda- Huye Campus (former NUR) and Rusizi on Sunday respectively.
CSK are second on the log with 31 points in 17 matches while APR is placed third on 28 points secured in 18 matches.