Making their debut in the Kenya Basketball Federation (KBF) league, Eldonets will be chasing their double victory when they host two matches this weekend in Eldoret’s Uasin Gishu Court.
Eldonets will be hosting Riara University and Emyba in search of points to, for the first time qualify into play-offs in men’s Kenya Basketball Federation Premier League.
Emyba, who lost 3-0 to Eldonets in the best-of-five series men’s Division One league play-offs final last year defeated Eldonets in the opening leg 73-71.
In other matches, Ulinzi Warriors will be playing Equity Bank on Saturday and World Hope on Sunday at Nyayo Gymnasium.
In women’s Premier League, University of Nairobi Dynamites will battle Strathmore University Swords.
Kenya Ports Authority women’s will host Eagle Wings at KPA Makande Gymnasium on Saturday before playing Kenyatta University Oryx on Sunday.
Footprints v JKUAT (8.30am), Men’s Division One: KDF Morans v Pirates (10am). Women’s Premier League: Dynamites v Strathmore University (11.30am). Women’s Premier League: USIU-A Flames v Zetech University (2.30pm). Men’s Premier League: USIU-A Tigers v Blades (4pm).
At USIU-A: Ruaraka Neosasa v Egerton University (8.30am), KCITI v Renegades (10am), KCA-U v Egerton University (11.30am), MKU Thika v Little Prince (1pm).
At Kenyatta Sports Ground-Kisumu: Men’s Premier League: Lakeside v Eymba (8am). Women’s Premier League: Lady Bucks v Riara University (10am).
At KPA Makande Gymnasium: Baobab v Upper Hill School (12pm), Coastal Kings v NIBS (2pm), KPA v Eagle Wings (4pm).
At Kisii: Kisii University v Eldonets (9am).
At Nyayo: JKUAT v Renegades (8.30am). Women’s Premier League: Tangit Sparks v ANU (10am), USIU-A Flames v Equity Bank (1pm). Men’s Premier League: Ulinzi Warriors v World Hope (4pm).
Eldoret: Eldonets v Riara University (9am). Men’s Premier League: Eldonets v Emyba (10.30am).
Mombasa: Men’s Division One: Baobab v NIBS (9am), Coastal Kings v Upper Hill School (10.30am). Women’s Premier League: KPA v Kenyatta University Oryx (12pm).
Additional information Daily Nation