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KU going for victories in Kisumu, says Osewe

Eagle Wings tackle Africa Nazarene University Panthers in what should be a closely-fought match-up.

In Summary

•Osewe said he has injected some new faces into the side and remained positive they will post good results away. 

•At the Nyayo Stadium gymnasium in Nairobi, an upbeat Storms will take on Jkuat Lynx.

Equity's Titus Musembi (R) in contest with Griffin Ligare of Thunder in a past match
Equity's Titus Musembi (R) in contest with Griffin Ligare of Thunder in a past match
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Kenyatta University teams are going for nothing short of wins when they play in Kisumu on Saturday, coach Caleb Osewe has said.

Osewe said they are prepared for Lady Bucks and Lakeside tests at the Manyatta Arab courts.

“We have trained well within a short time since we resumed. We are ready for the Kisumu games,” offered Osewe. “I have no injury concerns at all except that some of my players have moved to other teams after graduating, but we will put up a fight.”

Osewe said he has injected some new faces into the side and remained positive they will post good results away. 

“My main worry remains the ladies' team. My key players are out on attachments. However, we will give it our best shot,” he said.

At the Nyayo Stadium gymnasium in Nairobi, an upbeat Storms will take on Jkuat Lynx.

Bubbling with confidence after their close 44-38 victory over Strathmore University, lanky Liz Abayo is ready to lead Storms’ charge once again.

Eagle Wings tackle Africa Nazarene University Panthers in what should be a closely-fought match-up.

Zetech University Titans, who lost 71-44 to Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) away in Mombasa last week, confront Thunder. On Sunday, former champions Equity Bank Hawks tackle Lynx. The bankers are training for the regional show in Tanzania. Titans return to the podium to tackle the University of Nairobi Terrorists' side that has been inactive for a while in what should be a fierce battle 

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