In Summary
  • At the same venue, their men’s counterparts hit arch-rivals KPA 70-47 in the semi-finals to qualify for Thursday’s final
  • In netball, defending champions KPA beat Kenya Ferry Services (KFS) 36-24 to qualify for Thursday's final
  • The dockers take on KCAA on Friday to determine volleyball champions

Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) are the 2019 Kenya Communications Sports Organisation (Kecoso) games women’s basketball champions.

They beat last year’s champions Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) 50-44 on Wednesday in their return match at Kisii High School to bag the title.

The Carol Ouma-coached side boasting big names like Sandra Ekasiba, Salma Akinyi, Lucy Mwachuma and Rose Mushila had secured a 42-41 first leg win over KPA at the same venue, as the two sides were the only teams in this category.

At the same venue, their men’s counterparts hit arch-rivals KPA 70-47 in the semi-finals to qualify for Thursday’s final.

Tobby Odhiambo and Paul Raburu scored 10 points apiece for the winners while guard Dan Okwiri and Ness Kurgat replied for KPA with 11 and 10 points respectively.

KCAA basketball team coach, Ken Ondiek has meanwhile urged his players to be cautious against Postal Corporation of Kenya (PCK) in Thursday’s men final.

PCK beat KAA 82-36 in the second semi to qualify. When PCK met KCAA in the group stages, KCAA narrowly won 46-45 but Ondiek still believe the two teams have the same strength.

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