Falcons 97 Riders 78
Sparks 130 Crane High 40
Today at Lugogo
Power v Warriors 8pm
Seroma v Amazon 5.30pm
Sparks v Leopards 7pm
IT is, in the words of D-Mark Power technical director Peter Mubanda, â€œthe game Kampala has been waiting forâ€.
Marketing comes naturally to Mubanda and, as a result, he is never far from an exaggeration but his description of tonightâ€™s tussle between Power and the Kyambogo Warriors could not get any more accurate.
After Powerâ€™s match against the Falcons, this is the game that everyone has been longing for. That both teams are unbeaten after six matches, with Power only leading the standings because of a better points average, only makes the anticipation higher.
â€œIt is a big game actually,â€ Warriors president and former coach Ambrose Tashobya acknowledged with a tinge of surprise.
â€œOf course the team is preparing for it,â€ he added with an extra bite of the obvious.
â€œThe stakes are high and we hope the players step up and win. We are going to beat Power so we stay number one.â€
Power want to stay number one as well and Mubanda says they will do it which ever way they can.
â€œWhether we come from behind or go for a blowout, what matters is we win,â€ he said.
Warriors in arms with mighty D-Mark Power