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     1. Equity Bank 16-2 
     2. KPA 15-0 
     3. Coopbank 12-6 
     4. USIU 10-6 
     5. Zetech Univ. 8-9 
     6. Strathmore 7-8 
     7. Eagle Wings 6-12 
     8. KU Oryx 5-11 
     9. Storms 4-13 
     10. W.Delight 0-14 
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    Touring Ghanaians Win - 20 hours ago
    Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) women's basketball team Monday started their week-long tour of Kenya on a high, beating hosts United States International University 69-52 in an international friendly match in Nairobi. The week-long tour, which will see the Ghana team train with their Kenyan counterparts and play friendly matches, has been organised by Sports Connect Africa in conjunction with the Kenya Basketball Federation and Hockey Farm Sports. It is aimed at giving participating teams e...   [read more]

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    Mercy Wanyama signs at Storms - 13 days ago
    Sprite Storms (Premier League) landed 26-year old international center Mercy Wanyama (185-92) from She played in the summer at played at Equity Bank. In 7 African Champions Cup games she averaged 7.9ppg, 6.7rpg and 1.4spg. Among other achievements Wanyama won Kenyan Premier League championship title in 2016. She received also Afrobasket.com All-African Champions Cup Honorable Mention award in 2016. Wanyama has been regularly called to Kenyan Senior National Team since 2017. She has played...   [read more]

    David Maina
    KPA power past Equity to bag league title - 3 months ago
    Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) are the 2017 Kenya women basketball league champions after humiliating defending Champions Equity Bank 3-0 in the series of best of five at their final game played at KPA Makande Gymnasium in Mombasa. This is after defeating Equity 74-49 in their game three after they had successfully won their game one and two 77-67 and 60-53 respectively. Speaking to Citizen Digital, KPA head coach Antony Ojukwu expressed his joy after waiting for long since they have been pl...   [read more]


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