Ndejje University Angels lost 75-84 to Betway Power in a National Basketball league encounter at YMCA court in Wandegeya.
The team has now lost 10 games, won 8 from 18 games in the Tusker Lite Sponsored NBL.
Coach Walker Obedi, speaking to journalists after the loss, noted that his side managed to put up a commendable show but failed to live to the plan before succumbing to Power pressure down the stretch.
He also revealed that he is not much bothered by the losses, but his main focus is on building a good team for the coming season.
Listen to Coach Walker here:
Ndejje led the first half 42-40 but Power fought back to win the third 28-14. Ndejje took the last quarter 19-16 but Power had already done enough to claim the victory.
Ndejje’s Samuel Ajack scored a game high 28 points, Innocent Ochera and John Malek Nyang added 16 and 15 in a losing effort. Godwin Muhamireho contributed 10 rebounds.
Ndejje who shot 25 of 65 from the field, made six blocks and had 25 bench points in the loss, will hope for success in their last games where they will face Sharing Youth, Our Saviour, KCCA Men and Falcons.