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Premier League Standings
 1. Ulinzi 13-1 
 2. CoopBank 11-2 
 3. Blades 10-3 
 4. Umoja 9-6 
 5. KPA 7-3 
 6. Thunder 7-6 
 7. USIU 7-8 
 8. Equity Bank 5-9 
 9. Trail Blazers 4-11 
 10. ZETECH 3-8 
 11. KCA U 2-11 
 12. Lions 2-12 

Thunder, Warriors March On in League - Apr 26, 2016

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Kenya Basketball Federation men's Premier League champions Ulinzi Warriors and Thunder enhanced their chances of qualifying for the four-team play-offs by winning their weekend matches at the Nyayo National Stadium Gymnasium. Ulinzi Warriors remained top contenders to retain the title after beating Equity Bank 80-73 on Saturday. Thunder, on the other hand, seem the most likely team to give Ulinzi Warriors a run for their money after garnering maximum four points at the weekend. Thunder beat newly-promoted Trailblazers 75-63 on Saturday before rocking Nakuru Club 87-78 on Sunday. And Ulinzi coach William Balozi has remained cautious but optimistic. "We are taking every match in the first leg seriously now that only the top four teams will qualify for the play-offs. Previously, the eight-team format gave teams a lot of opportunities to qualify."
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