• A total of six Premier League matches are scheduled at the United States International University courts with Eugene Genga’s University of Nairobi teams in action.
• The Terrorists welcome Platinum Eldonets, whose guards have experience playing in the top flight.
Reigning women champions Kenya Ports Authority will continue their surge to the summit of the Kenya National Basketball League with two matches in the city.
The port women play leaders Storms, who have bagged 16 points from 10 games. They also play Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (Jkuat) Lynx on Sunday.
KPA is one of the three women’s teams, alongside Zetech University Sparks and Strathmore University Swords, who are unbeaten. They have 12 points.
A total of six Premier League matches are scheduled at the United States International University courts with Eugene Genga’s University of Nairobi teams in action.
Genga observed that it's not the best time to play league matches since just returned from holiday and some players have exams coming up.
“Our preparations is not the best, to be honest. At the end of the day, books come first but we hope to give a good account of ourselves,” he said.
They are rebuilding the women’s team and every match offers an opportunity to learn. Genga expects a real test against the bankers.
The Terrorists welcome Platinum Eldonets, whose guards have experience playing in the top flight.
Strathmore University Blades, who had a poor first leg, will seek to fix the loopholes when they battle Eldonets Platinum.
“So far so good we are set for the game. Our opponents are a tactically formidable side with good shooters and the only way to stop them is to improve in our match-up defence and play big,” said coach Tony Ochieng’.
The women’s side, Swords, face a real test against Equity Bank Hawks.
The students are riding high, winning their seven opening games to lie third on the log with a maximum of 14 points.