Kenya’s Lionesses maul South Sudan


Kenya's Lionesses maul South Sudan

In Summary

  • The qualifiers, which ends Saturday, will see the four countries battle for the sole ticket reserved for the Zone Five countries in Africa's biggest tournament set for September in Cameroon.

Kenya’s women’s basketball team Lionesses hammered South Sudan  66-48 in their second match of the ongoing FIBA Women’s Afrobasket Zone Five Qualifiers played at the Kigali Arena on Tuesday evening.

This came a day after losing 77-45 to host Rwanda in their opening match on Monday.

The victory is a turnaround and ignites their campaign that had begun on a sluggish note.

After mauling the South Sudanese, the Kenyan queens will be back on the court from 4pm today against powerhouse Egypt while Rwanda will be winding the group stage matches against South Sudan at 7pm.

The qualifiers, which ends Saturday, will see the four countries battle for the sole ticket reserved for the Zone Five countries in Africa’s biggest tournament set for September in Cameroon.

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