Ulinzi War­riors bat­tle KPA in league clash

The Star (Kenya) - - Sports Local - BY DANN O’WERRE/

Na­tional cham­pi­ons Ulinzi War­riors are in Mom­basa to face Kenya Ports Au­thor­ity in a men’s premier league clash at the Makande Wel­fare hall to­mor­row.

The sol­diers hit Eq­uity Bank 107-52 last week­end and re­main up­beat about their as­sign­ment in the Coastal town. Eric Mu­toro and Vic­tor Odendo re­main the sol­diers’ lethal weapons.

Un­beaten KPA women on the other hand, will host Ea­gles Wings, the only lo­cal side to have bagged a bronze medal in the con­ti­nen­tal com­pe­ti­tion. KPA re­main favoured to carry the day but will have to check Lucy Machuma.

In Nairobi, United States In­ter­na­tional Univer­sity, who have a re­li­able of­fen­sive force in Kevin Kig­otho, have a date with Grif­fin Li­gare and Kevin Chogo-led Thun­der in a fiery clash.

Women cham­pi­ons USIU play Eq­uity Bank in what should be a tightly con­tested show and it re­mains to be seen if Flames’ Hilda In­dasi and Samba Mjomba will stop the dom­i­nat­ing stu­dent cen­tre, Sarah Chan.

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