Power finishes business as Warriors are held to wait for game 3

By: Nacho Black Armo

Betway Power secured their place in the semifinals after defeating Ndejje University 81-62 in game 2 continuing their supremacy.

Ndejje put up a fight as 2 of their players in Innocent Ochera and Micheal Otieno hit a 19 point score but wasn’t strong enough to stop Power who had everyone firing in with Micheal Mikiadi scoring a total of 21 points.

Power joins City Oilers in the semis having eliminated Our Savior earlier on. They wait the winner between KIU and UCU who are playing game 2 with KIU leading the series 1:0.

Another piece of puzzle will either be Pemba Warriors or JKL Dolphins. Warriors who had won 77-65 in game 1 all they needed was another win and sail through to the semifinals but Dolphins thought otherwise.

Dolphins started out strong keeping it close ending the first period level 15-15 and falling by a point at half time 29-30.

JKL dominated the last 2 quarters 52-44 and 72-65 for the final score hence keeping the tie at square and pushing it to game 3.

Micheal Buzangu scored the highest points of the game, 22 a point more than JKL Dolphins’ Daniel Olenga who scored 21 points.

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