Kagame Inter-Club Cup 2004

Tournament for clubs for East and Central Africa, formerly known as
CECAFA Club Cup. 

In Kigali, Rwanda, April 25 to May 9 (postponed from March 28-April 14,
  that a previous postponement from December 27, 2003-January 13, 2004,
  in order to make the tournament a part of the part of the 10th 
  anniversary commemorations of the 1994 genocide).

Venue: Amahoro Stadium, Kigali

NB: El-Hilal (Sudan) and Ansaba (Eritrea) withdrew; as both were
    scheduled to play in group B, Jamhuri were moved from A to B.
    St. George (Ethiopia) also withdrew, shortly before the start
    of the tournament, leading to a redistribution of the teams
    into two groups of 5 rather than 3 groups.

Group A
25 Apr Ulinzi Stars   5-3 Jamhuri
         [Ramadhan Musa 16, 20, 48, Tom Ogweno 25, 27;
          Lambert Kaigwa 34, 65, Ahmed Othman 75]
26 Apr APR            2-0 Elman
         [Mark Sirengo 19, Olivier Karekezi 49pen]
28 Apr APR            1-1 Ulinzi Stars
         [Mark Sirengo 49; Michael Baraza 84]
       Express        1-1 Elman
         [David Obua 90pen; Mohamed Noor 20]
30 Apr Jamhuri        1-3 Express        
         [Shaaban Mfaume 74pen; Hassan Mubiru 5, David Obua 21, 
          Jimmy Kidega 80]
       Elman          0-2 Ulinzi Stars
         [Tom Ogweno 53, Sammy Simiyu 64]
 2 May Elman          1-1 Jamhuri
         [Mohammed Noor 80; Sharif Ali 8]
       Express        1-4 APR
         [Hassan Mubiri 1-1; Jimmy Gatete 14, Mark Sirengo,
          Jimmy Mulisa, James Odoch; half-time 1-1]
 4 May APR            8-0 Jamhuri
         [Jean Paul 17pen, Olivier Karekezi 21, 41, 53, 60,
          Jimmy Gatete 53pen, Abubakar Munyambe 82, 89]
       Ulinzi Stars   3-1 Express
         [Tom Ogweno 21, Fred Ogot 60, Sammy Simiyu 88; Chris Otieno 85] 

 1.APR             4  3  1  0 15- 2 10  (Rwanda)
 2.Ulinzi Stars    4  3  1  0 11- 5 10  [*] (Kenya)  
 3.Express         4  1  1  2  6- 9  4  (Uganda)
 4.Elman           4  0  2  2  2- 6  2  (Somalia)
 5.Jamhuri         4  0  1  3  5-17  1  (Zanzibar) 

NB: after Ulinzi Stars joined the KPFC Transparency Cup in order to
    gain match practice in preparation of this tournament following
    the suspension of the KFF-organised league, KFF unsuccessfully
    requested CECAFA to bar Ulinzi from the tournament.

Group B
25 Apr SC Villa       1-1 Kiyovu Sports
         [Simon Masaba 67; Maele Kamwembe 40]
27 Apr Muzinga        7-0 Gendarmerie
         [Elias Nahimana (3), Ali Kaita (2), Welcome Mugisha, Michael Toto] 
29 Apr Simba          1-1 Muzinga
         [Shaaban Kisiga 19; Aime Nzohabonayo 41]
       Kivoyu Sports  6-1 Gendarmerie
         [Jimmy Ndayizere 2, Kinuma Saidi 26, Maele Kamwembe 60,
          Irambuna Andalla 63, 75, Kubi Lewi 77; Ahamed Okich 39]
 1 May SC Villa       1-2 Simba
         [Chrisantos Amboka 80; Mohamed Ramadhani ‘Machupa’ 30, 45]
       Kiyovu Sports  2-1 Muzinga
         [Kubi Levis 49, ? 2-1; Sebastian Katembwe 77]
 3 May Kiyovu Sports  0-0 Simba
         [a very convenient result for both teams, qualifying Kiyovu for
          the semi-finals and virtually guaranteeing Simba a spot as well;
          coaches of Muzinga and Villa but also Ulinzi have (understandably)
          accused the two teams of colluding to fix the result]
       SC Villa       7-0 Gendarmerie
         [Bernard Mwalala 2, 15, 41, Edgar Watson 24, 28, 83, 87]
 5 May Simba          5-0 Gendarmerie
         [Mohamed Ramadhani ‘Machupa’ 3, 70, Shaaban Kisiga 7, 55,
          Emmanuel Gabriel 89 (also listed as Liban Hassan 89og)] 
       SC Villa       2-0 Muzinga
         [Chrisantos Amboka 75, Hakim Magumba 86]

 1.Kiyovu Sport    4  2  2  0  9- 3  8  (Rwanda)
 2.Simba           4  2  2  0  8- 2  8  (Tanzania)
 3.SC Villa        4  2  1  1 11- 3  7  (Uganda)
 4.Muzinga         4  1  1  2  9- 5  4  (Burundi)  
 5.Gendarmerie N.  4  0  0  4  1-25  0  (Djibouti)

Semifinals
 7 May APR            2-1 Simba
         [Jimmy Gatete 60, 88; Mohamed Ramadhani ‘Machupa’ 20]
 7 May Kiyovu Sport   0-1 Ulinzi Stars       [aet]
         [Fred Ogot 113]

Third Place Match
 9 May Simba          1-1 Kiyovu Sport       [5-6 pen]
         [Mohamed Ramadhani ‘Machupa’ 20; Maele Kamwembe 46]
         [penalties:
          Kiyovu: scored: Abdul Irambwa, Maele Kamwembe, Alua Gaselukwa, 
                          Justine Fundi, Tambwe Diouf, George Matayo;
                  missed: Said Kinuma, Jean Bigirama;
          Simba: scored: Shekhan Rashid, Christopher Alex, Primus Kasonzo, 
                         Victor Costa, Boniface Pawasa;
                 missed: Said Sued, Juma Kaseja, Nteze]

Final [Amahoro stadium, Kigali; att: 25,000; ref: Faustin Ndayishimiye (Bur)]
 9 May APR            3-1 Ulinzi Stars
         [Olivier Karekezi 13, Jimmy Gatete 49pen, 70; Sammy Simiyu 10]

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