Pipeline and Prisons to wind up group fixtures,eye slots in knock out phase


Kenya Prisons will face Ethiopia’s Walaita Sodo University  in their final group ‘A’ match at the ongoing Africa Women’s volleyball club championship in Tunis,Tunisia.

Kenya Prisons won their third match on Sunday after beating Kelibia 3-0 {25-21,25-21,25-20} to stay on course of qualifying for the semi final  of the championship that has brought together ten women clubs.

‘’it’s our way to the semi finals, I know we need to win against Wolaita Sodo’’,Prisons head coach David Lung’aho spoke after the match.

‘’We need to work on our  reception and our back court defense , we react very slow and I don’t know why  so we are going to work on that as well as the movement on the court’’ ,he added.

Kenya Prisons player Bracksides Agala during their match against Kelibia.Prions won 3-0 and will be back in action Monday against Wolaita Sodo University.

Prisons who lost to Tunisia’s CS Sfaxien will be seeking to clinch their third win of the championship and a place in the last four in their attempt to clinch their 6th African title.

Meanwhile Kenya Pipeline who suffered a  shock 3-2 sets defeat against Customs of Nigeria will face CF Carthage in their final group B match.


Kenya Pipeline’s Triza Atuka being carried off the pitch after sustaining an injury during their match against Customs of Nigeria.

Meanwhile Kenya’s representatives in the men’s championship , General Service Unit, GSU, and Kenya Ports Authority, KPA, are set to feature in ranking duels Monday.

Debutantes KPA will play Port Doula of Cameroon with the winner finishing 5th while GSU will face Uganda’s Nemostar in a 7-8th place battle.


Kenya Ports Authority face Port Doula of Cameroon in the 5-6 ranking match monday.

The men’s final pitting five time winners Zamalek  of Egypt and Esperance will be played Tuesday .



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