Ulinzi Warriors keep top spot in KBF league

Tony Okol

Umoja's Tony Okol vies for the ball with Thunder's Derrick Juma (right) during their Kenya Basketball Federation Premier League match at the Nyayo National Stadium on September 26, 2021.

Photo credit: Chris Omollo | Nation Media Group

What you need to know:

  • In the women's Division One League, JKUAT kept their leadership intact following their 42-28 win over Multimedia University.
  • The victory saw the unbeaten JKUAT increase their points tally to 18 after winning all their nine outings.
  • Footprints beat MMU 56-38 to move to third position on 14 points. Footprints have won five matches and lost four.

Defending champions Ulinzi Warriors maintained their top position in the Kenya Basketball Federation men's Premier League standings after garnering maximum four points from two consecutive victories at Nyayo National Stadium Gymnasium over the weekend.


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