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CAF Champions League results

16 February 2015, 15:06

Johannesburg – Results of CAF Champions League preliminary round, first leg played at the weekend.

At Lobamba, Swaziland: Mbabane Swallows (SWZ) 1 (Badenhorst 88) Zesco Utd (ZAM) 1 (Mabila 46-og)

At Abidjan: Sewe Sport (CIV) 1 (Pathinvo 69) Kaloum (GUI) 2 (Ballo 18, Konte 75)

At Algiers: USM Alger (ALG) 3 (Chafai 4, Blaili 57-pen, Andria 90) Foullah Edifice (CHA) 0

At Dakar: Pikine (SEN) 1 (Wade 84) Etoile Filante (BUR) 0

At Omdurman: Al-Hilal (SUD) 2 (Hamid 29, Kebe 50) KMKM (ZAN) 0

At Moroni: Fomboni Moheil (COM) 0 Big Bullets (MAW) 1 (Kumwenda 90)

At Calulo, Angola: Recreativo Libolo (ANG) 3 (Diawara 13, Fredy 21, Dario 45) Sanga Balende (COD) 1 (Kabamba 58)

At Kampala: KCCA (UGA) 1 (Wasswa 85) Cosmos Bafia (CMR) 0

At Dar es Salaam: Azam (TAN) 2 (Kavumbago 9, Bocco 77) El-Merrikh (SUD) 0

At Bujumbura: LLB Academic (BDI) 0 Kabuscorp (ANG) 0

Also read: Enyimba, Kano Pillars know CAF CL foes

At Malabo: Ela Nguema (Equatorial Guinea) 1 Semassi Sokode (Togo) 1

At El-Eulma, Algeria: El-Eulma (ALG) 1 (Hamiti 45-pen) St George (ETH) 0

At Aba, Nigeria: Enyimba (NGR) 3 (Etor 8, Sokari 85, Onyekachi 90) Buffles Borgou (BEN) 0

At Tunis: Al-Ahly Tripoli (LBA) 1 (Al-Ghannoudi 48-pen) Smouha (EGY) 0

Note: match moved to Tunisia because of Libyan violence

At Nairobi: Gor Mahia (KEN) 1 (Abondo 2) CNaPS Sport (MAD) 0

At Maputo: Liga Muculmana (MOZ) 0 APR (RWA) 0

At Bamako: C0 Bamako (MLI) 2 (Diarra 53-pen, 68) Moghreb Tetouan (MAR) 0

At Juba: Al-Malakia (SSD) 0 Kano Pillars (NGR) 2 (Muhammed 49, Obiozor 63)

At Banjul: Real Banjul (GAM) 1 (Sawo 83) Barrack Young Controllers (LBR) 1 (Jebateh 3)

At Soweto: Kaizer Chiefs (RSA) 2 (Rusike 6, Mashamaite 90+2) Township Rollers (BOT) 1 (Boy 47)

At Casablanca: Raja Casablanca (MAR) 4 (Guehi 10, Osaguona 70, Karrouchy 90+2, Jbira 90+4) Diables Noirs (CGO) 0

At Victoria: St Michel Utd (SEY) 1 (Waye-Hive 71) Mamelodi Sundowns (RSA) 1 (Billiat 83)

At Moanda, Gabon: Mangasport (GAB) 1 Bantu (LES) 0

At Bamako: Stade Malien (MLI) 0 AS GNN (NIG) 0

Second legs: Feb 27-Mar 1

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