10 July 2015

KENYA :: KBF threatens to exclude clubs for non payment

  • Joseph Amoko, the KBF fixtures secretary warned defaulting teams they risked not playing in the second leg. (SNA File Photo)
Kenya Ports Authority and United States International University - Africa who are the men's and women's Premier League champions top the list of clubs that have defaulted league payments to Kenya Basketball Federation (KBF).
Both teams have not paid any fees for this season and risk not playing in the second leg.
Joseph Amoko, the KBF fixtures secretary warned all defaulting clubs across the three leagues that they will be struck off second leg fixtures due to non-compliance. “Am just requesting them to pay up their dues to enable us run the league effectively,” he stated.
“We are through with the first leg and some of the inter-conferences have been played. We are only going to give fixtures for the teams which have paid up,” he added.
Other clubs that have not paid a penny for the 2015 season include World Hope, Trailblazers, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT), Baraka Xtreme, IAT Little Prince, Nebulas-Kakamega, Kenya College of Accountancy- University (KCA-U), Barclays Bank, Africa Nazarene University (ANU), Lakeside and Parklands Baptist all in division one.
In women's Premier League, KCA-U, Sprite Storms, Mennonites, Eagle Wings, Western Delight and Kisumu Lady Bucks are playing on a negative. Mennonites, Thunder, Kenyatta University Pirates, Nairobi Aviation College, Nakuru Club, Lions and Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) are the affected teams in men’s Premier League.

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