What you need to know:
- Eagle Wings finished in the seventh position on 24 points after registering six victories and 12 loses.
- Storms sneaked to the play-offs with 23 points after a 62-32 win over Lady Bucks. Kisumu-based Lady Bucks suffered three consecutive defeats which left them bottom on the league table standings with 16 points.
Sixteen men and women's teams have qualified for the 2021 Kenya Basketball Federation (KBF) Premier League play-offs quarter finals slated for January 2022.
KBF competition secretary Joseph Amoko said the second leg of the men's Division One league concluded at the weekend with women's Division one and men's Division Two league fixtures expected to end this weekend.
The closing six men and one women's Premier League matches will also be played on Saturday.
Kenya Ports Authority )KPA) men's team garnered two points without sweet after a 20-0 walk-over after Nairobi-based Emyba failed to show-up at the KPA Makande Gymnasium, Mombasa on Sunday.
The two points saw KPA finish the regular season in second position with 42 points.
Champions Ulinzi Warriors had also earlier ended their 22 outings with 42 points, but the soldiers had an advantage of emerging winners of the regular season by virtue of having beaten rivals KPA in first and second leg.
"I thank my players for the good performance to finish in second position which is an improvement from our fourth position in 2019. We now request KBF to release the play-offs fixtures in good time to allow adequate preparations," said KPA coach Sammy Kiki.
Equity Bank defeated hosts Eldonets 62-54 in Eldoret to finish in third position with 39 points.
The bankers, who squeezed a narrow 29-28 half-time lead, finished the second leg with 17 wins and five loses. Thunder, who completed their outings earlier, finished in fourth position with 35 positions.
Terrorists, Eldonets and Blades are also through to the play-offs after finishing the regular season in fifth, sixth and seventh positions respectively.
Kisumu-based Lakeside have sneaked to the play-offs after ending the regular season in eighth position with 29 points.
Pirates missed out on the play-offs by a whisker even after having defeated fellow students Blades 78-69 in their last assignment on Sunday.
In the women's Premier League, KPA finished t3op with 5 points, while rivals Equity Bank are placed second also 35 points.
Coach Juma Kent's University Nairobi's Dynamites rocked Lady Bucks 60-47 in their second leg tie to scoop the fourth position on 27 points.
Dynamites had an easy run over Lady Bucks after a false start going down 14-11 in the first quarter .Coach Juma changed the strategy to stop Lady Bucks' early offense to race a 27-19 half-time lead.
Eagle Wings had Silalie Shani sinking a game-high 22 points as they defeated hapless Lady Bucks 52-32 to book a ticket to the play-offs.
Eagle Wings finished in the seventh position on 24 points after registering six victories and 12 loses.
Storms sneaked to the play-offs with 23 points after a 62-32 win over Lady Bucks. Kisumu-based Lady Bucks suffered three consecutive defeats which left them bottom on the league table standings with 16 points.