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African Confederation Cup group stage results & scorers (1st round)

Follow Ahram Online's coverage of the African Confederation Cup group stage games (11-14 May)

Ahram Online , Sunday 14 May 2017
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Friday 12 May 2017

Group D

Supersport (South Africa) 2-2 Horoya (Guinea)

Saturday 13 May 

Group C

Zesco (Zambia) 1-0 Smouha (Egypt)
Scorer: Jesse 72 pen

Group B

CS Sfaxien (Tunisia) 1-0 Mbabane Swallows (Swaziland)
Scorer: Alaeddine Marzouki 31

Group A

FUS Rabat (Morocco) 3-0 Kampala City (Uganda)
Scorers: Brahim El Bahri 9, Brahim El Bahri 42, Karim Benarif 76

Sunday 14 May

Group D

TP Mazembe (DR Congo) 2-0 Mounana (Gabon)
Scorers: Trésor Mputu Mabi 17, Rainford Kalaba 50

Group C

Recreativo Desportivo do Libolo (Angola) 1-0  Hilal Obeid (Sudan)
Scorers: Mamadou Diawara 90

Group B

Platinum Stars (South Africa) 1-1 MC Alger (Algeria)
Scorers: Katlego Khunou 43 / Boudebouda Brahim 6

Group A

Club Africain (Tunisia) 3-1 Rivers United (Nigeria)
Scorers: Bilel Iffa 23, Oussama Darragi 45, Joseph Douhadji 71og / John Odumegwu 54

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