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KPA ready to rattle rivals in Tanzania

BASKETBALL By Ernest Ndunda | November 17th 2021
Selina Okumu of KPA goes for a free-throw in a league match. [Stafford Ondego, Standard]

Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) have set their eyes on winning the Fiba Africa Zone V women basketball title.

The championships begin tomorrow to Sunday, at the National Indoor Stadium, Dar es Salaam. Reigning national women basketball champions Equity Bank is the other Kenyan team that will face a tough test in the event.

 Coached by Anthony Ojukwu, KPA, who arrived in Tanzania yesterday, will be among the eight teams fighting for the title won by Uganda’s JKL Dolphins in 2019.

In that event, KPA defeated Rwanda’s APR in semis.

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