Nov 27: JKL 69-71 UCU
Nov 29: UCU 50-56 JKL
Dec 1: JKL 60-55 UCU
Dec 4: UCU Vs JKL
UCU Lady Canons’ centre Sarah Ageno has called on teammates to fight until the end as they face off with defending champions JKL Lady Dolphins in game four of the Women NBL finals on Tuesday.
The Lady Canons trail the best of seven series 2-1.
The University team won game one 71-69 but have since suffered back-to-back defeats.
“Nothing is wrong,” said Ageno while speaking to The-SportsNation.com. “We just have to compose ourselves and play basketball.”
“We need to win game four, it’s very (win) important as it will give us a chance to compete more.
“All we have to do right is to play on court as a unit, and fight from the beginning up to the end.”
Sarah Ageno scored a game high 17 points from 8-10 shooting and added 12 rebounds to complete a double double in game three loss but lacked enough supporting cast in game three.
On the evening, Nicholas Natuhereza missed small forward Zainah Lokwameri and will be hoping to have her back on Wednesday as they try to stop a team that was inspired by Hope Akello, Stella Oyella and Flavia Oketcho in game three.