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D’ Mark Power Smash UCU Canons As Game Three Decides

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ambulance http://ctabuenosaires.org.ar/wp-includes/class-wp-widget.php geneva; font-size: small;”>The game that was supposed to start at 20:30 hours kicked off at 22:30 hours due to a technical problem that occurred on one of the rings before the game started.

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discount geneva; font-size: small;”>Joseph Ikong, thumb Isaac Afidra and Emmanuel Enabu displayed an outstanding performance in yesterday’s game.

Joseph Ikong hit the first dunk of the game that sent D’ Mark Power funs chanting and praising his name. The whole air was speaking “I …kong!!!, I….Kong!!!!, I….kong!!!! , I….kong!!!!”

The first Quarter was well balanced since each team had scored sixteen baskets.

UCU Canons took the second quarter 24 – 15 and for sure the Canons were on top of their game in this quarter.

Everyone thought that the Canons were taking it but still D’ Mark Power had a point to prove in the last two quarters.

D’ Mark Power won the third 23 – 10 and the fourth quarter 17 – 12. At the end of the game, D’ Mark Power was leading UCU by a margin of nine Points.

The D’ Mark Power win means that game three has to be played and the winner will qualify for the semi final play offs.

Today Kyambogo Warriors will tussle it out with Heaters at 20:30hours. Warriors lead the series 1 – 0 and a win to warriors will send the heaters parking as they drop out of the Airtel FUBA league.

“All my players are ok and are in good conditions and we expect to win this game,” said Monday Jiruni the Warriors coach.

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