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African Confederation Cup 32nd round results (1st leg)

Follow Ahram Online's coverage of the African Confederation Cup round of 32 first leg games (27 - 28 March)

Ahram Online , Sunday 15 Mar 2015
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Friday 13 March 

Al Ahly Shendi (Sudan) 2-1 FC MK (DR Congo)

Horoya (Guinea) 1-0 ASO Chlef (Algeria)

FUS Rabat (Morocco) 3-0 Togo Port (Togo)

Onze Créateurs (Mali) 2-1 Sahel (Niger)

Saturday 14 March

Club Africain (Tunisia) 3-0 Dolphins (Nigeria), walkover win

Royal Leopards (Swaziland) 2-2 Petro de Luanda (Angola)

Etoile du Sahel (Tunisia) 1-0 Benfica Luanda (Angola)
Scorer: 
Mouihbi 53 (pen) 

Orlando Pirates (South Africa) 2-1 URA (Uganda)
Scorers: Rooi Mahamutsa 4, Lehlohonolo Majoro 84 / Happy Jele 90og

Warri Wolves (Nigeria) 2-0 Dedebit (Ethiopia)

Sunday 15 March

Young Africans (Tanzania) 5-1 Platinum (Zimbabwe)
Scorers: Telela 31, Niyonzima 42, Tambwe 46, Ngassa 52, 87/ Musoma 44

Zamalek (Egypt) 3-1 Rayon Sports (Rwanda)
Scorers: Eid 7 (pen), 45, Imanishimwe 37 (O.G)/ Isaac Muganza 53

Mounana (Gabon) 4-0 Power Dynamos (Zambia)

V.Club (DR Congo) 3-0 Ferroviário Beira (Mozambique)

Hearts of Oak (Ghana) 2-1 Olympique Ngor (Senegal)

ASEC (Ivory Coast) 1-1 Al-Ittihad (Libya)
Scorers: Zakri 42/ Mohamed 72

Djoliba (Mali) 2-1 Petrojet (Egypt)

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