Equity Bank stay hopeful despite big disadvantage

Saturday February 24 2018

Natalie Akinyi will be a key player for Kenya Ports Authority women’s team in their Premier League finals play-offs against Equity Bank that begins today at Africa Nazarene University in Nairobi. PHOTO | FILE |

Natalie Akinyi will be a key player for Kenya Ports Authority women’s team in their Premier League finals play-offs against Equity Bank that begins today at Africa Nazarene University in Nairobi. PHOTO | FILE |  NATION MEDIA GROUP

By PHILIP ONYANGO
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Equity Bank women’s basketball team coach David Maina says he has a secret weapon that will see his side turn the tables on their hosts, Kenya Ports Authority, to win the women’s basketball league title in Mombasa Saturday.

His team 0-2 down in the best-of-five play-off finals, he still harbours hopes of silencing the hosts at their Makande court Saturday afternoon.

Hilda Indasi, arguably Kenya”s best shooting guard today, will be relied upon to lead Equity who also have Samba Mjomba, Mercy Wanyama and Belinda Akoth to rely on.

KPA men look to have sealed Strathmore’s fate if they can repeat the performance of Game Two in Nairobi which saw them outplay the students in all departments.