Football - African Championships: Weekend results and actions

Football - African Championships: Weekend results and actions

Every Monday, Sport News Africa brings you a summary of the African championship matches played over the weekend. The unexpected results, goals, standings and news as we take a tour of some of Africa's top leagues.

Rep of Congo - League 1 (Day 2): New boys JUK continues fine start

Second consecutive success for the Association Jeunesse Sportive de Kintele (AS JUK). The promoted team won (2nd day) against V. Club Mokanda of Pointe-Noire. The only goal was scored in the 33rd minute by Rosly Ebonga. This is the second club from the economic capital to lose to AS JUK after AS Cheminots failed last week in Pointe-Noire by the same score.

Etoile du Congo recorded its second success in a row. In the derby of Brazzaville, the Stars beat Patronage Sainte Anne thanks to a unique penalty goal from Junior Ngoma.

October 29
CARA 1-1 Nathalys

October 30th
AS JUK 1-0 V Club
Etoile du Congo 1-0 Patronage Sainte Anne :
Diables noirs-BNG: postponed due to the CAF Cup

October 31

As Cheminots-AC Leopards
Inter Club-AS Otoho

Burkina Faso League 1 (Day 7): AS Douanes unbeaten leader
AS Douanes records another victory by winning the clash of the 7th day of League 1 of Burkina Faso. It was against Racing Club of Bobo (RCB). The Gabelous dominated 2-1 the Tigers of Diaradougou. This allowed Kamou Malo's team to remain undefeated and to consolidate its lead of six (06) points at the top of the championship. On Friday, Rail Club du Kadiogo (RCK) and Etoile Filante de Ouagadougou (EFO) defeated ASFB and USFA respectively by the same score of 1-0 to open the seventh day of League 1. On Saturday, Bama's academicians, Rahimo FC, managed to beat the Cheetahs of Vitesse FC, 4-2 at the Wobi Stadium in Bobo-Dioulasso. No winner between ASECK and Royal FC (1-1). On Sunday, in the final match of the day, Colombes de Salitas FC got the better of the Electriciens de l'AS Sonabel, 2-1.

Results of the 7th day



Rahimo FC 4-2 Vitesse FC

ASECK 1-1 Royal FC

ASFA Yennenga 2-1 AS Police

RCB 1-2 AS Douanes

AS Sonabel 1-2 Salitas FC

Côte d'Ivoire-Ligue 1 (Day 7): LYS Sassandra, champion of draws
LYS Sassandra is struggling to win its matches since the beginning of the 2022-2023 season. The people's club has drawn 5 matches for 1 win; E more than one defeat in 7 days of championship, or 8 points. LYS Sassandra was held in check (1-1) by Racing of Abidjan on Friday, October 28, 2022.

For their part, the promoted and leading team, Denguélé d'Odienné, did their job against ES Bafing on Sunday 30 October. The "Djagassa" beat (3-2) Bafing. With this new success, the Odiennékas remain leaders in the provisional standings with 16 points out of 21 possible. Bafing (12 points) and Stella Club (11 points) complete the podium.

Results of the 6th day

USC Bassam 0-1 Stella Club

ASI Abengourou 1-0 FC San Pedro

LYS Sassandra 1-1 Racing Club Abidjan

AS Denguélé 3-2 ES Bafing

Tunisia-League 1 (Day 4): US Ben Guerdane, provisional leader

The US Ben Guerdane has achieved a good operation for the 4th day of the Tunisian League 1. The formation of Ben Guerdane beat (1-0) Olympique Beja, Sunday, October 30. The center-forward of the USBG, Rafik Kamerji scored the only goal of the game by converting the penalty obtained in the 73rd minute. Thus, the US Ben Guerdane is at the top of Group B with 9 points.

In the other match of the day, AS Réjiche and ES Métlaoui shared the points (0-0). AS Réjiche occupies the 3rd step of the podium. The US Monastir (2nd, 7 pts) is the runner-up with a game less.

League 1 Tunisia: results 4th day

Group B

AS Rejiche 0-0 ES Métlaoui

US Ben Guerdane 1-0 Olympique Béja

Group B standings

1- US Ben Guerdane 9 pts (4 matches)

2- US Monastir 7 pts (3m)

3- AS Rejiche 5 pts (4m)

4- AS Soliman 4 pts (3m)

5- EO Sidi Bouzid 4 pts (3m)

6- Olympique de Béja 2 pts (4m)

7- ES Metlaoui 1 pt (3m)

8- Club Africain 0 pt (0m)

Rwanda - Primus League (Day 7): Kiyovu Sport leads the championship

Kiyovu, a surprising leader
Thanks to its victory (3-0, day 7) against Musanze, Kiyovu Sport has temporarily taken the first place of the championship. This is their second win in a row. AS Kigali and Police FC are also in good shape. These two formations have just won three consecutive victories. Kiyovu Sport (16 points) is closely followed by Rayon Sport (15 points), which nevertheless has two games in hand on its rival.

At the bottom of the table, nothing is going well for Marines FC. They are still in last place with only one point.


Results Day 7

Police fc 1-0 Rwamagan

Sunrise 0-0 Rutsiro

Kiyovu Sport 3-0 Musanze

Etincelles 2-1 Mukura VS

Gasogi United 0-1 AS Kigali

Senegal-League 1 (Day 3): Teungueth continues to lead
Teungueth FC won 1-0 this Sunday, October 30 against Generation Foot in the clash of the third day of Senegalese League 1. The yellow-blue continue their faultless record at the beginning of the season. It is the third success in as many games thanks to a goal signed Boubacar Fall. Behind, Casa Sports follows the pace. The defending champion dominated US Gorée 2-0 thanks to goals from its metronome Aimé Tendeng and the Gambian Abdoulaye Gassama.

The third day was prolific with 12 goals after two average first days with 8 and 7 goals. Linguère swept Dakar Sacré-Cœur 5-0. While Jaraaf got its first success of the season (1-0) against CNEPS which sinks with a 3rd defeat in 3 games.

Results 3rd day

Friday, October 28, 2022

Guédiawaye FC 0-0 Sonacos

Sunday 30th October 2022

Teungueth FC 1-0 Génération Foot

Casa Sport 2-0 US Gorée

Jaraaf 1-0 CNEPS

Stade de Mbour 0-0 AS Douanes

AS Pikine 1-0 Diambars

Linguère 5-0 Dakar Sacré-Cœur

DRC-Ligue 1 (Day 5): TP Mazembe takes the lead
The fifth day of the championship of the DRC League 1 started on Saturday, October 29 in Lubumbashi. The first match saw JS Groupe Bazano beat US Tshinkunku (1-0) at Gaëtan Kakudji Stadium. The only goal of the game was scored from the penalty spot by David Mukonkole in the 12th minute. The Bazano Warriors thus recorded their first win of the season.

In the second match, Tout Puissant Mazembe defeated FC Lubumbashi Sport (4-0) thanks to a double from Adam Bossu in the 11th and 68th minutes. The other two goals of the Crows were scored by Jephté Kitambala and Ernest Luzolo Sita respectively in the 39th and 43rd minutes of the game. With this victory, TP Mazembe takes the lead in the standings with 10 points after four games played. Initially scheduled for the same Saturday, October 29, the match between FC Saint-Eloi Lupopo and FC Blessing has been postponed to a later date due to the trip of Cheminots de Lupopo to Cotonou. They will be hosted on Wednesday, November 2 by the Burkinabe club Rail Club Kadiogo in the first leg of the CAF Cup playoffs. The match between AS V.Club and AS Dauphin, initially scheduled for Sunday, October 30, has been postponed to Monday, October 31.

Partial results of the 5th day

TP Mazembe 4-0 FC Lubumbashi Sport

JS Groupe Bazano 1-0 US Tshinkunku

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