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Premier League Standings
 1. Equity Bank 2-0 
 2. Ulinzi 2-0 
 3. CoopBank 1-0 
 4. USIU 1-0 
 5. KPA 1-1 
 6. Lions 1-1 
 7. Blades 0-0 
 8. Strathmore U. 0-0 
 9. Nakuru 0-1 
 10. Thunder 0-2 
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Strathmore Blades Cut Varsity Lads Down to Size - May 18, 2016

Strathmore University Blades registered their second victory in the Kenya Basketball Federation men's Premier League, beating Kenya College of Accountancy-University (KCA-U) 70-41 at Nyayo National Stadium Gymnasium at the weekend. After having lost their previous three matches, Blades coach Tonny Ochieng's team started well, leading 22-15 in the first quarter but KCA-U bounced back to lead 14-9 in the second quarter before going down 38-29 at half-time. Hardworking Peter Shilton shot gam...   [read more]
KPA, Flames claim national 3x3 titles - May 14, 2016

KPA men and USIU Flames are the national three-on-three champions after winning the title in at Nyayo National Stadium on May 14. KPA beat Ulinzi Warriors 21-19 in a tough final that saw KPA fight from behind to claim the title. USIU Flames were unbeaten in the ladies category. Also crowned champions are Alliance High School and Parklands Arya in the school category. Zetech University Titans center Franklin Omondi was named the men's MVP while Sarah Chan took home the ladies award. Sila O...   [read more]
Equity Bank Cage Lions to Go Top of Standings - May 11, 2016

Equity Bank moved to the top of the men's basketball Premier League standings after bagging two morale- boosting first leg points at Nyayo National Stadium Gymnasium. On Sunday, the bankers rallied from behind to defeat Lions 73-62 in an explosive tie. Consequently, Equity Bank climbed to the top with 14 points. The bankers led 17-12 in the first quarter, but let down their guard and allowed the Lions to claw back 19-11 in the second quarter, followed by another 31-28 loss at the breather.    [read more]


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