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Team, Place & City Details

Gicumbi F.C.

Gicumbi Football Club is an association football club from Byumba, Rwanda. They currently compete in the Rwanda National Football Club, and play their home games at the Gicumbi Stadium.

A.S. Kigali

Association Sportive de Kigali is a football club from Kigali in Rwanda. They play their home games at Amahoro National Stadium.

Gicumbi District
Gicumbi District

Gicumbi is a district in Northern Province, Rwanda. Its capital is Byumba, which is also the provincial capital.

Gitumbi
Gitumbi

Gitumbi is a settlement in Kenya's Central Province.

ASK Italian
ASK Italian

ASK, also known as ASK Italian is a British casual dining restaurant chain that serves Italian cuisine in 120 locations in the UK.The chain, founded by brothers Adam Kaye and Samuel Kaye in 1993, and floated on AIM in 1995, was the subject of a public-to-private deal in 2004, after which it was merged with Pizza Express to form Gondola Holdings, which was later part of the Gondola Group, and was acquired along with Zizzi for £250 million by Bridgepoint Capital in February 2015.The name can be construed either as the founders' initials or as an acronym for "Authentic Sicilian Kitchen". ASK was the chain's original name, it was rebranded as ASK Italian from 2010.