Wednesday, August 21
*Ndejje University Vs KCCA Men – 6:30PM
*JKL Dolphins Vs Warriors – 8:30PM
Warriors will seek to pay back JKL Dolphins in similar currency when the two sides square off in the National Basketball League.
The Dolphins beat Warriors 71-64 in the reserve fixture this season on June 3rd.
It should be noted that JKL Dolphins also beat Warriors last year in the playoffs to reach the semis for the first time in the team’s history.
However, more than revenge and pride will be at stake when the two sides meet in what promises to be a close game at YMCA court in Wandegeya.
Warriors have won 14 games and lost 4, and a defeat against JKL on Wednesday will see their chances of finishing third narrow up again.
Warriors have lost two games in a row – They lost to City Oilers and were utterly the second best in their loss to UCU Canons.
The Dolphins on the other hand, have won 15 and lost four games. The side however still has to face KIU Titans on Friday before ending the regular season against City Oilers on August 28.
Warriors will continue to be without suspended Amisi ‘Carmelo’ Saidi while JKL Dolphins will miss the services of Daniel ‘Dudus’ Monoja.