Up next for KPA, who are in Pool A of the East Division qualifiers are the NBA Academy and South African champions Cape Town Tigers.
The dockers will contest for two qualification slots from Group D alongside host team Club Omnisport de La Police Nationale, Djabal of Comoros, Vixens Foxes of Zimbabwe, Dekedaha of Somalia and Roche
KPA are playing out of Pool C with Rwandese side REG and Burundi’s Young Sisters while hosts Vijana Queens make up Pool B which also has Rwanda’s APR and Woltkie from Ethiopia
Kenya’s men fell to a 20-15 loss to Australia in a match that saw George Darril Omondi top scored for the Kenyans with 6 points with Larry Shavanga and Faheem Juma contributing 4 points apiece as John Odhiambo Wijass contributing a solitary point.
The two teams got into this fixture with KPA leading 2-1, Equity having won the opening encounter 53-51 in Nairobi on February 19 before KPA levelled matters with a 58-45 victory that took game three to Mombasa.