•The varsity girls were sparkling in three quarters leading 25-7 and 17-6 in the first and second before trailing 15-14 in the third
•In Eldoret, men champions Ulinzi Warriors walloped Eldonets 70-44 thanks to 20 points from Eric Mutoro and 10 from Ancete Wafula
Zetech University Sparks humiliated Storms 88-36 in a lop-sided women's premier league tie at Nyayo National Stadium gymnasium over the weekend.
The varsity girls were sparkling in three quarters, leading 25-7 and 17-6 in the first and second before trailing 15-14 in the third.
But in the deciding quarter, the rampaging Zetech completely dismantled Storms who had nothing to offer in a 32-8 cushion.
"I am happy at the way we worked on defence and our outside presence was as good as our shots were falling. We are gelling well," Sparks coach Maurice Obilo said.
Agnetta Kambua buried with a game-high 15 points as Ledisha Jelimo 11 and Chantal Kiibe added 11 and 10 more respectively for the rampaging Sparks.
Zetech had earlier clubbed Strathmore University Swords 59-39 as Valery Kemunto and Kiyobe scored 14 and 12 points respectively.
In other games, Strathmore University Blades lost 62-60 to Thunder in what coach Tony Ochieng termed "a last minute lapse".
Kenyatta University Oryx dismissed Eagle Wings 42-36 while University of Nairobi Dynamites exploded on Storms, winning 57-42.
In Eldoret, men champions Ulinzi Warriors walloped Eldonets 70-44 thanks to 20 points from Eric Mutoro and 10 from Ancete Wafula.
At the Makande Welfare Hall in Mombasa, Kenya Port's Authority (KPA) thumped Africa Nazarene University (ANU) 98-36.
In the lower division, ANU men hit Coastal Kings 69-67 while Multi Media University University (MMU) crushed Coastal Queens 52-32.