The Star (Nairobi)

22 November 2012

Kenya: KPA Set to Host Sprite Storms At Makande

KENYA Ports Authority (KPA) will host Sprite Storms in Mombasa this weekend as the women's premier league basketball play offs start.

The porters, who are the top seeds will play Game One on Saturday with Game Two the following day at their Makande Welfare hall backyard.

Storms, who did not travel to the coastal town for the return match, must be at their best to upset the form book. In the other matches to be played at Nyayo National Stadium gymnasium, reigning champions Eagle Wings have a date with Strathmore University.

Kakamega based Western Delight will make a journey to the city to take on Co-operative Bank of Kenya. Second seed United States International University (USIU) who managed their best placing in years through the individual efforts of national team star Hilda Indasi, will lock horns against NYTA Shimba Hills in what should be an exiting match up.

KPA men will also welcome Thunder in the only men's quarter finals that was not played while Co-op Bank who nipped Ulinzi 60-59 will hope to finish off the soldiers in Game Two on Saturday.

In the Nairoi Basketball Association (NBA) final Game Three ties, Strathmore University play Equity while in the women's match, Strathmore University meet Kenyatta University "Oryx". The best of five series are tied 1-1.

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