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Fruitful outing for KPA teams in league matches

National women's league champions KPA ripped Eldonets 77-26 in Eldoret after leading 28-13 at the break.

In Summary

•Jemimah Knight nailed 18 points while Rita Aluoch has 14. In their encounter in Kisumu on Saturday, KPA whipped Lady Bucks 72-15 as Linda Alando nailed 15 points while Velma Achieng and Selina Okumu shot 12 each.

·KPA men on the other hand also dismissed Platinum Eldonets 72-57 as Eugene Adera showed the way with 18 points.

KPA's Selina Okumu (L) in action with Samba Mjomba of Equity Bank during a past league match
KPA's Selina Okumu (L) in action with Samba Mjomba of Equity Bank during a past league match
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Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) reaped maximum points in their Kenya National Basketball League matches away in Eldoret and Kisumu.

National women's league champions KPA ripped Eldonets 77-26 in Eldoret after leading 28-13 at the break.

Jemimah Knight nailed 18 points while Rita Aluoch had 14. In their encounter in Kisumu on Saturday, KPA whipped Lady Bucks 72-15 as Linda Alando nailed 15 points while Velma Achieng and Selina Okumu shot 12 each.

"We had a good game. Being the first time playing them, we didn't know what to expect. However, I am glad my girls adjusted as the game progressed," said KPA coach Anthony Ojukwu.

KPA men on the other hand also dismissed Platinum Eldonets 72-57 as Eugene Adera showed the way with 18 points.

The porters had little difficulty thumping Lakeside 80-54 in the Kisumu match played at Manyatta Arab courts.

KPA's coach Sammy Kiki said, "We outplayed them totally and had a comfortable lead. We relaxed in the fourth quarter where they increased their tally."

High-riding Zetech University Sparks were also in Eldoret, where they whipped Eldonets 68-28 as Ashley Minayo scored the students' game-high of 14 points.

Platinum Eldonets did not disappoint their fans as they registered a well earned 92-82 victory over Zetech University Titans in a high scoring encounter.

At the Ulinzi Sports Complex, Langata, University of Nairobi "Dynamites" exploded on Kenyatta University "Oryx" ripping them 56-25.

Shalom Gaceri bagged 13 points, Susan Jepleting 11 and Liz Okumu 10 for UoN who made it three wins in four games.

KU 'Pirates' humbled Umoja 62-61 after going down 83-67 to Equity Bank Dumas at the same venue the previous day. In the lower division games played in Mombasa, Moistures lost 91-70 to Stanbic Bank and Congo Nets went down 57-42 to Cabal Elisists.

Stanbic ravaged Baobab 77-35 in their second game while Absa thumped MAB 73-50. Snipers shot down Neosasa 71-32.