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    Premier League Standings
     1. KPA 9-0 
     2. Equity Bank 7-2 
     3. Coopbank 6-3 
     4. Strathmore 5-4 
     5. Zetech Univ. 5-4 
     6. USIU 5-5 
     7. Eagle Wings 3-4 
     8. KU Oryx 2-7 
     9. Storms 2-8 
     10. W.Delight 0-6 

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    Co-Op Bank March on in Mumias - 3 days ago
    Title-chasing Co-operative Bank beat Western Delight 68-39 in a tough Kenya Basketball Federation (KBF) Women's Premier league match at St. Peter's Boys Secondary School Ground in Mumias on Saturday. The match started on a high note with the bankers dominating the better part of the first quarter with their skilful playing pattern. Efforts by the hosts to contain the visitors proved futile as Co-operative snatched the first quarter 15-12 courtesy of national team player Evelyn Itabo - who...   [read more]

    Ronnie Owino
    Equity Bank remain on course to defend title - 18 days ago
    In the women's Premier League, champions Equity Bank remained on course to successfully defend their title when they punished Storms 65-35. Equity Bank, who led 33-21 at the breather, maintained their second spot with 22 points after having won 10 matches and lost two. KPA are still in the drivers seat with 24 from 12 consecutive victories. Coach Ronnie Owino 's Strathmore University closed in on the play-offs following their 65-51 victory over Eagle Wings. Strathmore are fourth on the 10...   [read more]
    Deposed champs Kaya Tiwi finish 3rd in basketball - 18 days ago
    Kenya's Kaya Tiwi on Saturday finished third in the girls' basketball competition as the Brookside East Africa Secondary School Games came to a close. Kaya Tiwi, winners of the competition on their debut last year, beat LAC Tanganyika of Burundi 53-25 in the play-off match at Kaunda grounds. The Coast side were once again looking to notch another double having successfully retained their national title in April. Kaya Tiwi coach Philip Onyango vowed to return back stronger next year and re...   [read more]

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