By Erick Ochieng’
Zetech College continued with their good run in the Nairobi Basketball Association (NBA) League, beating National Youth and Talent Academy (NYTA) sponsored-Upper Hill School 55-43.
The game was balanced at the start until the two last quarters when Zetech opened the gap with the help of Kevin Mwisho who managed a game high of 14 points at Railway Club, Nairobi, at the weekend.
Marksman Robert Juma was on point as Mount Kenya University thumped Deaf King 73-38. Juma, who displayed good moves, sunk 16 points for Mount Kenya University.
Kenya Polytechnic University rallied from behind to beat Daystar University 45-43 in a game that saw Davidson Oluoch hit 14 points for Kenya Poly. Dolphins hit Woodley Knights 46-34.
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During the match, Kenya Poly’s Joseph Maina sunk 11 points as Ezra Alenga scored 18 for Woodley.
A derby that pitted two of the oldest teams in NBA, Old Pirates and Baraka Extremes, ended 61-41 in favour of Baraka Extremes.
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (Jkuat) teams won all their weekend fixtures encounters.
Jkuat Karen Campus, hit Friends of Basketball-Kenya (Fob-k) 68-49 as Jkuat, Juja Campus hit Saints 45-42.
In the women’s category, Jkuat, stunned Kenya College of Accountancy University (KCA-U) 36-32.