By Vivian Nafuna
The long wait is finally over. After close to a year of no competitive basketball, Valentine’s day weekend quenches our thirst. Action goes down in the Nyayo gymnasium, United States International University (USIU), KPA Makande Gymnasium, Kisumu Sports Ground and Kisii University. This is yet another chance to renew arch rivalries, spot and acknowledge talents, earn and strip off bragging rights and defend the honor of home courts. We are eager to see new team alignments, the transfers, preseason work and experience battle out. Th3Doctor’s Report reached out to KBF fixture secretary Joseph Amoko, in a brief interview. He asserted that the federation is confident in safety and fair competition. With teams urged to observe all Covid-19 protocols. He added that the federation had communicated to team managers and officials to ensure that the guidelines stipulated by MOH (Ministry of Health) are followed.
“We will have officials on the ground to follow up on the same,”
Th3Doctor’s Report wishes you a spirited and fun-filled league.
Matches to look forward to:
1: Ulinzi vs Terror
2: Equity vs Blades
3: KPA vs KU Pirates
1: Lady Bucks vs Riara
2: Eagle Wings vs Zetech Sparks
3: KPA vs Oryx
photos via hoops mtaani