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AS Kigali WFc seal their 9th consecutive league title

Posted on Oct 08 2017

Kigali City sponsored side AS Kigali won their ninth consecutive Rwanda Women’s first division league title as they edged ES Mutinda WFc 4-0 in the final match of the season played on Saturday at Stade de Kigali.

This season’s top scorer Iradukunda Callixte snatched a hattrick before Imanizabayo Florence bagged the fourth goal to guide AS Kigali women football club to a deserved victory, putting an end to a successful season.

Iradukunda’s hat trick took her season’s goal tally to 22 goals scored in 14 matches.

AS Kigali women football club finished the season unbeaten, scoring 82 goals, conceeding only 4 goals to amass 42 points.

In presence of FERWAFA president Nzamwita Vincent and the Mayor of Kigali City Pascal Nyamulinda, AS Kigali women football club were crowned champions and pocketed Rwf. 1 million on top of the trophy as their cash prize.

ES Mutunda WFC climaxed the season in second spot with 29 points following their 9 wins, two draws and three losses.

Kamonyi WFC climaxed the season ranked third with 27 points; Rambura WFC are ranked fourth with 22 points; Inyemera WFC are ranked fifth with 17 points; Bugesera WFC are sixth with 13 points while Gakenke WFC and Nyagatare WFC are placed seventh and eighth with six and dour points respectively.

Promotion & Relegation
Rubavu district based Scandinavia women football club who won the second division league will play top women football league next season while bottom ranked Nyagatare Wfc will be relegated to second division league.

The 2018 first and second division women football leagues willkick-off in January.
Source: Ferwafa.rw

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