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Kilimanjaro Stars' striker, Danny Lyanga (L) dribbles past Rwanda defender during the CECAFA Challenge Cup’s match in Machakos, Kenya last weekend. (: Courtesy of Tanzania Federation)

12Dec 2017
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

KILIMANJARO Stars have exited the CECAFA Cup frustratingly as they lost 1-0 to Kenya in the group A's match at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos yesterday.

Kilimanjaro Stars’ midfielder, Raphael Alpha (L) dribbles past Rwanda defender during the CECAFA Challenge Cup match in Machakos, Kenya on Saturday. (Photo: Courtesy of Tanzania Football Federation)

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