First leg of volleyball national league slated for March

By KBC Reporter

The first leg of the Kenya volleyball federation national league is slated for 3rd March in Malaba , Busia County.

Former league Champions GSU, archrivals and reigning national champions Kenya Prisons, Nairobi Water, KDF and KPA will be top seeds in the men’s category when the new season kicks off.

In the ladies category, national champions Kenya Pipeline, Kenya Prisons, KCB and Nairobi Water are expected to fight for top honors.

The draw for the league will be conducted on the 28th of this month after a technical meeting with coaches and team managers.

The second leg of the KVF league will be held on 28th April in Nanyuki, Laikipia County. The national playoffs will be held in Mombasa   in November at the Makande gymnasium.

Basketball

Separately, former basketball powerhouse Strathmore University lost game two of the women’s division one final 55-46 points to Zetech University at the Nyayo national Stadium indoor Arena.

After losing game one 41-36 points , Strathmore University under Coach Ronny Owino came into the match aiming for maximum points to put their campaign back on track.

However their opponents had a different game plan running away with the first quarter 18-8.  Strathmore lost the second quarter 13-11 to send the match into the breather Zetech leading 31-19.

After resumption Strathmore bagged the third quarter 16-8 before losing the fourth quarter 16-10 allowing Zetech to run away with a comfortable 55-46 point’s victory.

Enroute to the finals Zetech humbled Daystar University in the semifinals while Strathmore University saw off Kisumu Lady Bucks.

Game three of the women’s division one final will played next weekend at the Nyayo national stadium indoor Arena.

 

  

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