The New Times (Kigali)

20 February 2013

Rwanda: Inatek Sign Two Internationals

Kibungo Institute of Agriculture, Technology and Education volleyball club have made quite a statement as far their ambition to become a major force in the national league by signing two Rwanda international players.

They are Fravier Ndamukunda and Marshal Pierre Kwizera, who played for the Algeria first division club Al Mihlia last year.

They join two other U-20 players, who recently extended contracts; Bienvenu Biyenzi (centre) and Peter Bigirimana (libero).

According to INATEK coach Dominic Sesonga Ntawangundi, the veteran pair was signed to help the club compete favourably in the upcoming season.

"We need to field a strong team with a mixture of youth and experience so we can compete with the big teams. I know they are still able to compete at the highest level for both club and country," said former St Alloys coach.

The new signings will get support from other experienced players like right attacker Richard Muhirwa, Jean Claude 'Sisqo' Hatungimana, Jean Claude Mangau, Williams 'Songo' Mudahemuka and setter Mandela Gahire.

INATEK is also in talks with U20 and National University of Rwanda setter Bonnie Mutabazi.

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