Zenith Bank Women's Basketball League clash between First Bank and Customs


Experience Delta Force forced its way past the Nigeria Immigration team 62-37 wednesday morning to continue its unbeaten start to the 2016 Zenith Bank Women’s Basketball League.

Powered by forward Uju Agbotan’s 23 points and 4 rebounds and 10 points apiece from Esther Igben and Ogoh Bolum, the South-South Queens pulled an unassailable lead against their opponents from the blast of the whistle. Delta ended the first quarter 26-8.

Immigration put up a fight in the second quarter limiting Delta Force to just 12 points but poor execution on offence meant they themselves put up just six points in the quarter.
The third and fourth quarters maintained status quo with the scores at 13-6,11-7 respectively to complete a Delta Force dominance. They maintain second place in Group A behind champions Dolphins.

In other results of the day, Nasarawa Amazons defeated Taraba Hurricanes 43-32, while Oluyole Babes continue their search for their first win of the campaign fell to AHIP Queens of Kano 37-46.

FCT Angels came from behind to defeat Sunshine Angels 32-30 in the clash of angels while GT2000 overcame Zamfara Babes 84-64.


GT2000 v Oluyole Babes
Plateau Rocks v Nasarawa Amazons
Delta Force v Zamfara Babes
Sunshine Angels v Coal City Queens
Customs v immigration
Benue Princess v FCT Angels
First bank v IGP Queens
Dolphins v First Deepwater