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Premier League Standings
 1. KPA 18-1 
 2. Ulinzi 15-5 
 3. Thunder 13-7 
 4. Blades 12-8 
 5. Equity Bank 11-9 
 6. KCA U 11-9 
 7. Umoja 10-10 
 8. USIU 8-12 
 9. Lakerside 5-15 
 10. World Hope 4-16 
 11. Trail Blazers 2-16 


Ulinzi suffer shock loss at the hands of Umoja - Jul 5, 2017

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Former national champions Ulinzi Warriors suffered a shock 54-48 defeat at the hands of Umoja in a premier league clash played at Nyayo Stadium gymnasium. The winners got off to a 15-13 first quarter edge and never looked back, ripping the only unbeaten run in the league. Nick Ogoll managed 13 points for Umoja and Erick Mutoro posted 18 for the soldiers. Alex Ramazani poured in 29 points as United States International University (USIU) defeated Equity Bank 76-68 in a tight duel. Yoni Wanambiro (191-F-80) added 16 while Brian Obimbo had the bankers' 12. Kenya College of Accountancy (KCA) University squeezed a close 63-62 victory over Lions. Collins Odhiambo hit 14 and David Omondi 12. Harisson Kaudia registered 16 while Dennis Opiyo had 14 for Lions. Co-op Bank whipped Western Delight 51-33. Vivian Atieno scored 14 and Irene Makori 11 for Co-op Bank. The visitors had Cathy Anyi sinking 12.
USIU pipped Strathmore University 60-57. Angela Okoth bagged 31 and Cilia Atieno 11 for the 'Flames'. Susan Manya had 17 and Edna Kola 12 for 'Strath'.
In Mombasa, champions Kenya Ports Authority clobbered Thunder 79-57. Evans Leting made 11 for the porters, who were up 36-24 at the breather while Patrick Koriana shot the losers' 13. In the lower division matches, Emyba hit Riara University 63-57. Jkuat lost 48-44 to Africa Nazarene University while Little Prince hit MKU Thika 50-44. KBF Morans nipped NIBS 36-35.
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United States International University of Africa (USIU-A) Tigers will return to the Kenya Basketball Federation men's Premier League action with two tough matches at Nyayo National Stadium Gymnasium this weekend. The Tigers, who are handled by Kenya's men's national team coach Cliffe Owuor take on Kenya College of Accountancy-University on Saturday at 4pm before walking a tight rope against fellow varsity students Strathmore University Blades on Sunday at 4pm   [read more]

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Warriors up against World Hope in basketball league - 1 month ago
Ulinzi Warriors are out to extend their good run in the Kenya Basketball Federation men's Premier League title when they play underdogs World Hope at United States International University of Africa (USIU-A) grounds in Ruaraka from 4.30pm on Saturday. Last year's losing finalists Ulinzi Warriors start as favourites to win against the struggling World Hope. The soldiers won four straight first leg matches before crashing 68-55 to Thunder last weekend but the team, coached by William Balozi...   [read more]

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