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Kenya women’s Volleyball team beats Mexico 3-1

Kenya women’s Volleyball team beats Mexico 3-1

The Kenya ladies team defeated fellow newcomers Mexico by three...

Tunisia to host 2014 Women's African club Championship

Tunisia to host 2014 Women's African club Championship

Cairo, Egypt, January 24, 2014 - The African Volleyball Confederation...

Volleyball Valentine

Volleyball Valentine

Dimosh also added that the more players from Kenya are...

Kenyan volleyball team upbeat

Kenyan volleyball team upbeat

National women volleyball team coach David Lung’aho has maintained the...

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The sport of volleyball, which is in Kenya run under the auspices of the Kenya Volleyball Federation, was introduced in the country in the early 1962. The Federation was registered with the Federation of International Volleyball (FIVB) in 1964. ”

Kenya women’s Volleyball team beats Mexico 3-1

The Kenya ladies team defeated fellow newcomers Mexico by three sets to one in Pool ‘Q’ and stand as the only debutant survivor on the opening day of the Intercontinental Round of the FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix in Mexico.

Kenyan hitter Mercy Moim topped all scorers with 22 points, leading Lydia Maiyo and Blackie Agala who had 12 points each while Makuto and Ruth Jepngetich had 9 and 8 points respectively as they guided Kenya to a 25-18, 25-23, 18-25, and 25-22 victory.Kenya coach David Lungaho was happy with the victory but commended the efforts of their opponents, especially Lizbeth Sainz, who notched 14 points for the losing side.

Tunisia to host 2014 Women's African club Championship

Cairo, Egypt, January 24, 2014 - The African Volleyball Confederation (CAVB) has granted Tunisia the hosting rights for the 2014 Women's African Club Championship, which will run from April 17 – 28 in Carthage.

The competition that already attracts the biggest number of teams for a continental women’s championship is expected to feature a new record number of participants, up from the 16 teams that took part in Kenya 2012. Kenya Prisons will once again defend the African Club title after winning the past four editions.The decision means that Tunisia will organise both the CAVB Men’s and Women’s African Club Championships, with the men’s tournament set to run in Sousse from March 18 to 30, 2014 from which the winner will earn a direct ticket to the FIVB Men’s Club World Championship in Brazil. The 2014 edition will not be a qualifier for the FIVB Women’s Club World Championship after Africa lost its direct vacancy in the women's gender.

Kenyan volleyball team upbeat

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National women volleyball team coach David Lung’aho has maintained the bulk of his regular squad to do duty during the ultimate stage of the FIVB World Championship qualifiers. The competition involving hosts Kenya, Uganda, Seychelles, Tunisia, Senegal, Mozambique and Cape Verde kicks off at the Kasarani gymnasium on Sunday with a match between Kenya and Uganda on the cards. The top team at the end of the competition, which will be played on a round-robin basis, will qualify for the World Championship in Poland in September.

We are not taking any of the teams for granted, although we know very little about the likes of Seychelles and Cape Verde. But going by ranking, we expect Tunisia and Senegal to be the biggest threat to our chances of securing qualification,” Lungaho said. “The team is in good shape and they have also trained for a longer period compared to the men’s team. They have never disappointed us and we are certain they will deliver again,” Kenya Volleyball Federation (KVF) first Vice Chairman Evans Nyaberi said. Nyaberi has also confirmed that entrance will be free to all fans wishing to follow the matches. Kenya is seeking to qualify for the World Championship for the sixth consecutive time.

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Kenya women’s Volleyball team beats Mexico 3-1

Kenya women’s Volleyball team beats Mexico 3-1

The Kenya ladies team defeated fellow newcomers Mexico by three...

Tunisia to host 2014 Women's African club Championship

Tunisia to host 2014 Women's African club Championship

Cairo, Egypt, January 24, 2014 - The African Volleyball Confederation...

Volleyball Valentine

Volleyball Valentine

Dimosh also added that the more players from Kenya are...

Kenyan volleyball team upbeat

Kenyan volleyball team upbeat

National women volleyball team coach David Lung’aho has maintained the...

Tunisia to host 2014 Women's African club Championship .

Cairo, Egypt, January 24, 2014 - The African Volleyball Confederation (CAVB) has granted Tunisia the hosting rights for the 2014 Women's African Club Championship, which will run from April 17 – 28 in Carthage.

The competition that already attracts the biggest number of teams for a continental women’s championship is expected to feature a new record number of participants, up from the 16 teams that took part in Kenya 2012.

Kenya Prisons will once again defend the African Club title after winning the past four editions. 

The decision means that Tunisia will organise both the CAVB Men’s and Women’s African Club Championships, with the men’s tournament set to run in Sousse from March 18 to 30, 2014 from which the winner will earn a direct ticket to the FIVB Men’s Club World Championship in Brazil.


The 2014 edition will not be a qualifier for the FIVB Women’s Club World Championship after Africa lost its direct vacancy in the women's gender.

 

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