Trizah Atuka , Jairus Bett MVPs after Mombasa playoffs

Trizah Atuka , Jairus Bett MVPs after Mombasa  playoffs

Trizah Atuka , Jairus Bett MVPs after Mombasa playoffs

Trizah Atuka receives winners trophy from Volleyball officials during the KVF Gala held in Mombasa after the league playoffs.

Kenya Pipeline’s middle Blocker Trizah Atuka and Prisons’ Jairus Bett have been named as Kenya’s most Valuable players after the national volleyball league playoffs held in Mombasa last weekend.

The two were instrumental in ensuring their teams were crowned the 2016 national champions after an intensive season that climaxed at the KPA Makande Hall on Sunday night.

 With eight teams fighting for the top crown, Pipeline and Prison emerged champions with 100 percent victories from three matches: Pipeline winning their third straight title while Prisons reclaimed the title from General Service Unit. .

The individual winners were announced during the annual Kenya Volleyball Federation gala night held at the Jambo Village in Mombasa.

“This is a very humbling experience for me and I am honoured to have been part of an exciting team that works extra hard to deliver the best results for us and for our sponsors who give us the best.” Noted Trizah Atuka after receiving her award.

Other individual winners awarded during the gala include.

Men

MVP: Jairus Bett - Kenya Prisons

Best receiver: Tonje Kirwa-GSU

Best Server: John Bosco - KPA

Best libero: Peter Kibata - PRISONS Kenya

Best attacker: Cornelius Kiplagat - GSU

Best blocker: Lelei -Nairobi Water.

 

Ladies

MVP: Triza Atuka - Kenya Pipeline

Best setter: Jane Wacu, Kenya Prisons

Best blocker: Edith Wisah - Kenya Prisons

Best attacker: Ruth Chelangat -Nairobi Water

Best Server: Phosca Kasisi KCB

Best libero: - Agripina Kundu -Pipeline

Best receiver: Noel Murambi - Pipeline

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