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Kisumu Lady Bucks eye first win against Strathmore University

BASKETBALL By Washington Onyango | October 2nd 2021
Lady Bucks's Stephanie Tongoi (Left) in action against Tracy Akinyi (R) and Mercey Owiti of Migori. [Washington Onyango,Standard]

Kisumu Lady Bucks will be seeking to register their first win in the KBF Women’s Premier League on Sunday when they welcome Strathmore University at Manyatta Arabs Primary School.

Lady Bucks have lost all their three matches they have played so far in the league but head coach Dave Michael is unbowed ahead of the fixture.

Michael is confident the team has what it takes to edge the university students at home.

“Lack of preparations cost us in the opening three matches but we are at least better now. We know it will be a tough match but we will be ready,” said the coach.

The Lady Bucks who are currently bottom of the table with three points.

Strathmore are in the eighth position with 12 points after playing nine games, winning three and losing six.

In other fixtures of the women basketball premier league will see Oryx will take on ANU before Storms and KPA’s match at 10:00am and 11:30am respectively.

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