Mustafa's strike sends SC Kiyovu fifth in leaguePosted By: Saddam MIHIGO - On:25/06/2018
SC Kiyovu won over Mukura 1-0 to complete top five, thanks to the lone goal of Francis Mustafa in the 51st minute.
Mustafa has urged his teammates to work hard for the next game against Amagaju on the last dat to see if they can finish among of the best four teams in league, which can guarantee them to play in local cups like Corruption Cup, Heroes Cup and Agaciro Development Funds tournament.
If they can also finish among of the best four they can earn good amount which can help them to work hard in next season.
The winners of thenational league will walk away with Rwf25m in addition to Rwf3million for being in the top two, Rwf2million for coming in top four and another Rwf2million for coming in top eight.
The runners-up will take home Rwf3million in addition to Rwf2million for finishing in the top four and Rwf2million for ranking among the top eight.
Each team in the top four will get Rwf2m and those that finish in the top eight will each receive Rwf2m.
All the 16 teams competing in the league will also each get facilitation of Rwf10m for the entire season courtesy of league sponsors, Azam Rwanda.
Tanzanian pay television company Azam TV has pumped $2.35m to sponsor the Rwanda Premier League for five years.
The league will be named Azam Rwanda Premier League after signing with Rwanda Football Federation (FERWAFA) a multi-million deal with sponsorship and broadcasting rights package on Monday afternoon at the federation headquarters.
The first year Azam will provide $350,000 and will increase the amount to $500,000 in the following four years.
Match Day 29 results:
Sunday 24 June, 2018
-Etincelles FC 2-0 Kirehe FC
-AS Kigali 2-1 Amagaju FC
-APR Fc 2-0 Gicumbi FC
-Bugesera FC 2-0 Police FC
-Miroplast FC 2-2 Espoir FC
-SC Kiyovu 1-0 Mukura VS
-Rayon Sports FC 4-0 Sunrise FC
-Musanze FC 3-2 Marines FC