City Oliers’ Otim Jonah (23) receives a pass against Ndejje (Photos by FUBA Media).FUBA National Basketball League (Men)Friday, 15-06-2018-Sharing Youth 52-59 UCU Canons-Ndejje University Angels 59-58 City OilersNdejje University Angels inflicted a third loss of the season on defending champions City oil on Friday evening at the YMCA court.The University side overcame an 11 point deficit in the second quarter to run away 59-58 winners on the day.In the first quarter, Ndejje raced into a 8-1 lead with just over five minutes played, thanks to four two-point baskets from as many players.Oliers started growing into the game and brought it to win in one point with two minutes to play thanks to the trio of Landry Ndikumana, Drileba Tony and Ben Komakech who all converted two point shots.By the end of the quarter, Oilers took their first lead thanks to another two by Ndikumana which ensured that they led 12-11.The Five time defending champions looked set to run away with the game as a strong second quarter display culminated into a seven point lead at half time with the score-board reading 26-19 in their favour.Ndejje where not going to go down without a fight and stole the show again in the third, winning it 21-13 and in the process making it a one point game as the Oliers led 40-39.Ndejje’s Gautheir Badhera (12) tries to get past City Oil’s Jonah Otim at YMCA on Friday.The lead exchanged hands in the final quarter four times but Ndejje never looked back when they matched up 49-43 with just over three minutes to play and ensured that they registered third win of the season.Gautheir Badhera and MJartin Buluma scored a team 15 points each for the University side with the former adding six rebounds and seven assists to his tally for the night.Ben Komakech put out a game high 22 points, Landry scored a double-double of 15 points and 13 rebounds for the Oilers who seem to be struggling since the start of the season.This is the third loss for the Defending champions after they lost 56-64 to Betway Power on opening day and then 57-72 KIU Titans.The Oilers will hope to return to winning ways against UPDF Tomahawks in Saturday at the KIU Courts.They are without the star trio of Captain Jimmy Ennabu, national team skipper Stephen Omony and guard James Okello who are away with the Silver-Backs in Turkey as part of preparations for the FIBA World Cup qualifiers slatted for later this month.The Ndejje Angels will return to action on June 24 against Power before ending the first round on June 29 against KIU Titans.In the other first game of the evening, David Deng and Caesar Adoke scored 15 and 11 points respectively as UCU edged Sharing Youth in a 52-59 victory.Sharing’s Ceaser Kizito (14) in action against UCU Canons on FridayIt was the Canons’s fifth victory of the season while Sharing has lost four so far.Isaac Balita and Emmanuel Okumu top scored for Sharing with 12 and 10 points respectively.Sharing are back in action on Saturday with a date with the Rhinos.Saturday Games at KIU CourtsWomen:KCCA Leopards Vs Magic StormersA1 Challenge Vs Nkumba Lady Marines(post-poned)KIU Rangers Vs UMU RavensMenRhino Vs Sharing YouthCity Oilers vs UPDFKIU Titans Vs Our SaviourComments Tags: City OliersNBLNdejje University Angels
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says David Luiz’s return gives him the option of switching to three at the back in the future.Conte has been widely tipped to eventually make the change, having favoured a back three rather than four during his spells in charge of Juventus and the Italian national team.And the recent re-signing of defender Luiz from Paris St-Germain gives the Blues a potential chance to play with an extra centre-back, while Kurt Zouma is regaining his fitness following a long-term knee injury and Branislav Ivanovic can also play in the middle.Conte said: “It (Luiz rejoining) can be an opportunity – a solution. It (a back three) can happen in the future.“This squad can play with 3-4-3, not 3-52. With the characteristics of the players we have, you can play with a 3-4-3.”Meanwhile, Conte has pledged to improve Luiz as a player and believes the Brazilian can become one of the world’s top defenders.See also:The stats show Hazard must be player of the monthChelsea’s Christensen shelves decision on futureInjured Remy returns to Chelsea for treatmentPreview: Chelsea take 100% record to SwanseaSwansea v Chelsea: five key battlesFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
22 June 2014Ties between Cuba and South Africa continue to strengthen, with the latest engagement between the nations a two-week visit from the Cuban 5.The five Cuban nationals – Gerardo Hernandez, Ramon Labanino, Fernando Gonzalez, Antonio Guerrero and Rene Gonzalez – are in South Africa to thank the government for its support for their release from prison. They were welcomed to South Africa by the Department of International Relations and Co-operation.Doing timeAmerican courts sentenced the five to jail in 1998 on various charges, including espionage and colluding to commit murder.They were Cuban intelligence officers sent to the USA as part of La Red Avispa to monitor militant Cuban exile groups plotting to overthrow Fidel Castro’s government. Cuban exiles were implicated, for instance, when a Cuban passenger jet travelling between Barbados and Jamaica went down in 1976. Of the 73 people killed, 57 were Cuban.US intelligence was reportedly aware of the men’s presence in the US. They were arrested in Miami in September 1998, and were accused and convicted of spying against the US, with their sentences ranging from 15 years to life. Hernandez, the leader of the team, was convicted of conspiracy to commit murder in connection with the 1996 shooting down of the Brothers to the Rescue planes, which had dropped pro-democracy pamphlets on Cuba. Four pilots were killed.Their trial was controversial and the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention and Amnesty International issued separate reports in the following years, on the fairness of the trial. Appeals courts first overturned and then reinstated the convictions.After spending 13 years in prison, Gonzalez was the first to be released in 2011; the remainder of the group were only freed in 2014. They were released from jail after an agreement was made between US President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro to improve relations between the countries, and as part of a swap for Alan Gross, an American contractor imprisoned in Cuba on suspicion of being a spy.“We are very happy that they are here,” said international relations spokesperson Clayson Monyela. “Cuba has been participating in the reconstruction of South Africa post-1994 by making several contributions. So to celebrate and mark their release, the Cuban 5 are here to participate in a series of events the government of South Africa is hosting.”Ties that bindThe five men served in Angola during the apartheid years, fighting against the national party regime. Following South Africa’s transition to democracy in 1994, Cuba continued its support with the implementation of joint programmes in health, social development, defence, housing and infrastructure.“In addition, the deployment of Cuban doctors, engineers and technical experts throughout South Africa is a further demonstration of Cuba’s commitment to work with South Africa to address the infrastructural backlogs inherited from the pre- 1994 period,” said the department.There are currently 3 000 South African medical students studying in Cuba; another 45 are scheduled to start their studies in September.SAinfo reporter
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