DAY TWO MondayABC v KPA 9amAPR v Don Bosco 11amPatriots v Savio 1pmKCCA v Equity 3pmUCU v KPA 5pmCity Oil v Hawassa 7pmPower v Gondar 9pmShare on: WhatsApp The Italian Ambassador to Uganda Domenico Fornara (right) handing over a trophy to FUBA President Ambrose Tashobya at the launch of the 2017 FIBA Africa Zone 5 Club Championships at City Oil Kamwokya on Saturday. The Africa Zone 5 Championships starts October 1 at Lugogo. PHOTO @cityoilersDay 1 Africa Zone5 Champs 2017APR 45 ?? KCCA 57 ??Hawassa 43 Patriots 110KPA 108 Gondar 35UCU 108 Horseed 42Equity 70 Don Bosco 48City Oil 93 Savio 46Power 87 ABC 55MenGROUP A – City Oil – Uganda; Patriots – Rwanda; Savio – Tanzania; Hawassa City – EthiopiaGROUP B – Betway Power – Uganda; Gondar City – Ethiopia; A.B.C – Tanzania; K.P.A – KenyaWomen (round robin)UCU, KCCA, Equity, KPA, Horseed , APR, Don BoscoKampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Fifteeen clubs from five countries will battle for honours at this year’s FIBA Africa Zone 5 Club Championships hosted by Ugandan giants City Oilers Basketball Club and the sports governing body FUBA.The regional basketball tournament was launched in Kampala on Saturday by Italian Ambassador to Uganda Domenico Fornara who handed over the trophies to be competed for to FUBA President Ambrose Tashobya.This is the 3rd time Uganda is hosting the Zone 5 Club Championships since it changed name in 2009. The tournament is sponsored by Stanbic Bank, Enoc Oil, Linglong Tires and Mandela Group.The week-long tournament that started Sunday morning at Lugogo will also serve as regional qualifiers for the FIBA Africa Club Championship finals to be hosted in Casablanca, Morocco in December. Uganda’s City Oilers are defending champions of the Zone 5 tournament.City Tyres Marketing Manager Herbert Bashasha on behalf of Mandela Group earlier handed over a digital scoreboard to FUBA ahead of the FIBA Zone 5 Club Championships.