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Sharing Youth to challenge Power

By Paul Wamala

Added 2nd June 2018 01:29 PM

Sharing Youth will come into the game with a sense of resilience and confidence.

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Sharing Youth will come into the game with a sense of resilience and confidence.

PIC: Betway Power's Phillip Ameny (left) takes on Pemba Warriors' S. Mugerwa and A. Ojoo during a league match at YMCA.(File photo)
 
BASKETBALL
 
National Basketball League
 
Saturday: Lugogo
 
Warriors v  Rhinos
 
 Power v Sharing Youth
 
KIU v JKL 
 
LUGOGO - Betway Power will be wary of Sharing Youth’s ability to halt their 100% start to the new season’s National Basketball League (NBL) after watching the latter unexpectedly edging KIU Titans 47-46.
 
The two sides will meet Saturday afternoon at the MTN Arena, Lugogo.
 
Betway Power will go into the game as favorites having won all their five, campaigns against Charging Rhinos, Our Savior, Pemba Warriors, KCCA Men and the highlight of them all, an opening day victory over champions City Oilers.
 
The log leaders’ form has seen them scoring a season high 403points so far.
 
Sharing Youth on the other hand will come into the game with a sense of resilience and confidence following a bright start to the season that has seen them sit seventh on the log with seven points after three wins from four games.
 
Meanwhile, the day’s opening game will see a rejuvenated Warriors side; fresh off a midweek 86-71 victory over Ndejje Angels, looking forward to earning a second successive win when they take on the Charging Rhinos.
 
The Rhinos are still in search of their first win since their opening day 62-57 loss to the JKL Dolphins.
 
The final game of the day will see giants, KIU Titans planning to pile the pressure on the Dolphins who, like the Rhinos, have only won one game this season, a 59-51 win against UPDF.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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