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Simba drop points against Ruvu



Defending Champions Simba SC were held to a disappointing 1-1 draw on Sunday by JTK Ruvu in a Vodacom Premier League game played at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam.

On-form Amri Kiemba’s brilliant solo effort saw him beat Ruvu's defence to put the Msimbazi Boys a 1-0 ahead in the 17th minute of the game.

Ruvu managed to grab an equalizer through Naftali Nashon who connected a good cross from Mussa Mgosi in the 64th minute.

After weekend results, Yanga continue to stay on top of the league with 33points, Azam second on 30 points, Simba take third Spot with 27points while Coastal Union find themselves fourth following their goal-less draw against Tanzania Prisons.

Sunday Results:

Simba SC 1-1 JKT Ruvu

Coastal Union 0-0 Tanzania Prisons



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