By: Joel Muyita
National basketball league
City Oilers 66-48 Ndejje University Angels
Defending champions City Oilers began the second round on a good note after defeating Ndejje University Angels on Sunday at the YMCA outdoor court, for sale http://copperking.co.zw/components/com_k2/views/itemlist/tmpl/generic_item.php Wandegeya.
Oilers who are still unbeaten this season beat Ndejje university Angels 66-48 to extend their unbeaten run to twelve games.
The 3-time champions won all four quarters to cement their stay at the summit of the men’s league. In a slow start to the game Oilers took the first quarter 11-9 before returning revamped in the second quarter to win 21-13 and take a 32-22 lead in halftime.
The Angels matched the money bags at the start of the second half with the third quarter ending 15 apiece but the Oilers proved their status winning the last quarter 19-7.
The result means Oilers stay on top of the league on 24 points, while Ndejje university Angels maintained 8th position.
In the other games played, KIU Titans won their ninth game of the season after pummeling struggling Destiny Phenoms 70-28 while UPDF Tomahawks edged past Sharing Youths 58-50.
Games between Javolin ladies vs UCU Lady Cardinals and Our Saviour vs charging rhinos were postponed.