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September 19, 2017

Co-op Bank humiliate Trailblazers at Nyayo

Thunder’s GriffinLigare during apast match/ FILE
Thunder’s GriffinLigare during apast match/ FILE

Former national champions Co-op Bank walloped Trailblazers 81-49 in a Premier League show at Nyayo Stadium gymnasium.

The bankers, who led 40-23 at the breather, had 17 points from the stylish Titus Musembi. The losers’ had 13 from Lenson Kisia and 11 from Alex Oguso.

Umoja stunned Thunder 79-77 with Nick Ogol and Rogers Ombati contributing 33 and 15 points respectively for the winners. Abel Nson nailed 41 and Griffin Ligare 18 for the losers.

KCA University lost 72-76 to Zetech University only a day after shocking Thunder 70-63. Reagan Brayan and Faheen Juma shot 15 each. National women’s champions Equity Bank had 21 points from Mercy Wanyama and 15 from Hilda Indasi as they whipped Eagle Wings 81-40. Co-op hit Kenyatta University ‘Oryx’ 65-41, behind 13 points from Vivian Otieno 13 and 10 from Irene Makori. Barclays Bank continued their good run in the lower division, hitting Eldonets 66-47. Abel Kimondo nailed 19 and Franklin Delano added 14. Africa Nazarene University had 16 points from Brayan Jarret as they defeated Upper Hill School 53-47 in a tough duel.

Mount Kenya University (MKU) Thika nipped Egerton University 55-54. Gaston Simidi tallied 16 and Godvictor Ochuka 17. Kenya Airports Authority lost 67-71 to Nebulus who had 19 points from Kenneth Oriago and 18 from Paul Otieno. Samuel Otieno registered 20 points as University of Nairobi “Terrorists” beat Lakeside 47-36.\

KCA beat Egerton University 24-14 in the ladies tie. Bianca Simiyu scored 12 for the winners.

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