•Last year’s runners-up Zetech University Sparks thumped TH3 Swish 94-36 as Medina Okot scored 19 points and Beryl Aoko 14.
•In the lower Division matches, National Bank of Kenya hit Blazers 78-5 as Stanbic Shields blanked Strathmore University Blades 66-52.
Reigning women champions Kenya Ports Authority beat United States International University 74-49 in a Kenya National Basketball League clash at Nyayo Stadium gymnasium.
The dock women led 42-29 at half-time. Linda Alando scored 20 points and Natalie Akinyi shot 16 for KPA. Pankaleo Judith and Fridah Yagomba posted 14 points each for the Flames.
KPA also thrashed the University of Nairobi Dynamites 66-18 in an easy game as Hilda Indasi and Vallery Kemunto topscored with 14 points.
Last year’s runners-up Zetech University Sparks thumped TH3 Swish 94-36 as Medina Okot scored 19 points and Beryl Aoko 14.
Sparks also managed a 57-47 win over Storms. Okot scored 10 points for the students while Barbra Diana sunk the losers’ 14.
Rachel Akinyi scored 17 points as Equity Bank Hawks hit Kenyatta University Oryx, coached by his father Celeb Osewe 109-22.
“The girls played poor defence but we hope to do better next time as we still need to do a lot of work. Since I am building a new team, I realised the team has really grown and I am happy about it.”
“It is very interesting that my daughter played against me in this game. She just played her game regardless of Daddy being on the other side of the bench,” said Osewe.
Bior Aguer made 19 points and Morgan Niva 14 as the University of Nairobi Terrorists blanked Kenyatta University Pirates 75-51.
USIU Tigers turned the tables on Africa Nazarene University (ANU) 65-58 after trailing at half-time.
“This was our third match of the day after being involved in varsity games. I am happy with my boys' response throughout,” said USIU coach David Maina.
In the lower Division matches, National Bank of Kenya hit Blazers 78-5 as Stanbic Shields blanked Strathmore University Blades 66-52.
Nakuru-based Cabals Elitist reaped maximum points from two games, beating Feba 59-58 and hitting Creeks 62-52 in fixtures played at Strathmore University courts.
In their second match, Creeks put up a good fight before suffering another 63-57 defeat at the hands of Congo Nets.