KUSA: Zetech students raid Co-operative’s safe

By DENNIS OKEYO: Wednesday, March 7th 2018 at 00:15 GMT +3 | Basketball
Umoja's Victor Midam (left) and Nick Ogol challenge Zedekiah Ong'ang'a (centre) of ZETECH's TItans during the final game at Nyayo National stadium on Saturday, Feb 11, 2017. [PHOTO: JONAH ONYANGO/STANDARD]

Zetech reigned supreme over Co-operative University in a Kenya Universities Sports Association basketball match at the University of Nairobi over the weekend.

In what seemed to be a one-sided encounter, Zetech Titans thrashed Cooperative 84-11. Cheered on by their enthusiastic fans, Zetech picked 40 points against four after the first two quarters.

Faheem Juma scored a game high of 17 points while his teammate Riak Tok had 14. Alex Peter scored six points for Co-operative.

Zetech head coach, Joe Munene, took delighted in his side’s huge victory, urging them to maintain the same form ahead of their next assignments. 

“This is a good show and has a positive impact to our side. There are more matches ahead, so we must be in the same shape,” said Munene.

While their men’s team was ruthless against Co-operative, their ladies’ team was unlucky after they lost to hosts University of Nairobi.

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UoN dominated the thriller to win 36-27. [Dennis Okeyo]