zetech sparksKenya Ports Authority showed their experience and squad depth, surviving an early scare from first timers Zetech University to win 68-38 in Game One of the National Women’s Basketball Premier League play-offs at the Nyayo Gymnasium on Saturday night.

Zetech had run the defending champions close in the opening quarter, but the dockers managed to steady their ship in the second half of the game to draw first blood ahead of Game Two in a best of five series on Sunday night.

Nigerian import Ifunaya Okoro starred for the dockers with a game high 20 points, while Belinda Aluoch also recorded double figures, sinking in 11 points. Zetech’s danger girl Mary Lisa was hugely subdued in the duel, and only managed seven points for her side.

KPA women took a 2-0 advantage in the finals last Sunday when they again humbled newbies Zetech University 70-38 in game two of the best of five series playoffs played at the Nyayo Gymnasium.
Speaking after his girls suffered a second consecutive loss to champions Kenya Ports Authority, Sparks coach Obilo pointed out that they just need a little bit of confidence and they will be good to go.