‘Malkia Strikers’ final squad of 12 players will be named on Thursday ahead of their departure on Friday for the Africa women’s Zone five All Africa games qualifiers slated for 18th -24th of this month in Uganda.
The former African queens are the reigning champions after winning the title in 2015 in Congo, Brazaville.
Elsewhere, national men’s volleyball team veteran tactician Moses Epoloto believes home ground advantage will play a pivotal role in their quest to bag the sole ticket to the All Africa games when the Zone 5 qualifiers spikes off on June 5th to 10th at Kasarani Indoor gymnasium.
The provisional squad of 20 players which has three debutants GSU left attacker Nicholas Matui, KPA’s Enock Mogeni and Nick Kimutai of AP is currently undergoing rigorous training at the Kasarani indoor gymnasium under the watchful eye of Moses Epoloto and Paul Muthinja.
The men’s team will be out to redeem themselves after poor outings.
Africa Men’s Zone five All Africa Games qualifiers which will be held from June 5th to 10th at Kasarani Indoor gymnasium.
Kenya will face powerhouse Egypt, Uganda, Ethiopia , Rwanda and Tanzania in their quest to bag the sole ticket to the All Africa games.
This year’s edition of the All Africa games will be held from 19th to 31st August in Rabat, Morocco.