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AS Kigali retains Rwanda Women Football League title

Posted on Sep 11 2017

AS Kigali women football club have retained the 2017 National Women Football League title following a 4-0 win over Nyagatare WFC in a Match Day 16 encounter played at FERWAFA pitch on Sunday.

The National women giants AS Kigali retained the national women’s football league title unbeaten in ten matches to amass 30 points, having scored 64 goals and conceded only three goals.

AS Kigali WFC, record 9th consecutive time champions, will be crowned champions on Sunday, September 17 when they face Rambura WFC at Stade de Kigali.

The Kigali City sponsored side will climax their season on October 7 when they ES Mutunda their last game of the season. Initially, AS Kigali was supposed to face ES Mutunda last month but the fixture had to be postponed following ES Mutunda’s players participation in FEASSA Competitions held in Uganda.

On September 24, AS Kigali WFC will face Rambura WFC in match day 18 encounter at Stade de Kigali.

AS Kigali’s closest rival is ES Mutunda WFC who have 22 points with two matches left to the end of the season while Rambura WFC are placed third with 19 points.

Kamonyi WFC are ranked fourth with 17 points in ten matches played; Inyemera WFC are ranked fifth with 17 points in twelve matches but have an inferior goal (-3);
Bugesera WFC are ranked sixth with 13 points in twelve matches while Gakenke WFC and Nyagatare WFC are ranked seventh and eighth with five point and one point respectively.

Women Football League
Match Day 16 Results
Bugesera WFc 0-0 Inyemera WFc
Nyagatare WFc 0-4 AS Kigali WFc
Kamonyi WFc 0-0 Rambura WFc
Source: Ferwafa.rw


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