Betway Power recruited well in the pre-season, but at least their efforts and the score line so far place them in the second best docket.
This season, the moneyed giants have displayed a rare act of resilience especially in the latter and crucial stages of the competition.
Joseph Ikong was the main pillar as Betway Power put up a derring-do performance
The tournament should continue to grow big in significance.
Ndejje are the defending champions in the men's category, while Nkumba are champions in the women’s category.
City Oilers overcame a stubborn Sharing Youth side 84-75 in the second leg of their best of three quarter-finals.
The Leopards' Judith Nansobya scored a game high 17 points as her side took a 20-40 lead at halftime.
Team Coach Nick Natuhereza said the team had prepared well and ready to put up their best.
If UPDF beat the UCU Canons in their last game of the regular season, they will survive and KCCA will drop.
It was Crane High’s third consecutive victory following earlier wins in 2016 and 2017.
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