BASKETBALL: Nakuru Club enlist players for new season

James Okerio (left) of Nakuru club dribbles past Dan Nabuya (right) of University of Nairobi Terror during the Kenya basketball League match played at Menegai High in Nakuru on September 28,2014. Nakuru won 78-73 . PHOTO:KIPSANG JOSEPH

Nakuru Basketball Club have recruited five new players for the new season that kicks off next weekend. Head Coach Richard Kanda named the players as point guard Steve Osore from Coast Masters; guard Lawrence Jimmy from Kenya Military Academy, forwards Mike Murji from Calphage and Kip Lessonet from London BC and centre Edwin Diploman from Gilgil.
All of them joined the team in January and are determined to propel the team to greater heights.

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