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Murambi Makes Her Debut for Cypriot Side Lemesos

"In the past, I've had opportunities to turn professional, but I couldn't secure a release from my club,” she said.

Prisons, Army withdraw from women's league action in Mombasa

This weekend’s KVF women’s league action has been hit the withdrawal of two teams that were set to play in Mombasa.

KVF Women's league action resumes on 11 November

A total of 11 matches have been lined up over that weekend.

Kenya ranked 19th after World Volleyball Championships

Kenya finished ahead of Korea (20), Colombia (21), Croatia (22), Kazakhstan (23) and Cameroon (24).

Serbia sweep Brazil to win World Volleyball title

The Serbians won (26-24, 25-22, 25-17)  to climax their  12 match unbeaten record with a golden touch to take the podium in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands.

KVF branch elections called off

A communique sent to its stakeholders by KVF Secretary Ben Juma, and seen by Michezo Afrika reads, “In accordance with the decision made by the KVF NEC during their meeting on 8th October 2022, branch

Malkia Strikers’ Sharon Chepchumba joins Greek side

Chumba had joined the bankers from Kenya Pipeline and was one of the players who started off the revolution of a new team under the technical advisory of Paul Bitok, the Malkia head coach.

So near yet so far for Malkia Strikers at World Champs

Malkia’s sole victory from the tournament was against Cameroon, while they lost against hosts Netherlands, Belgium and European champions Italy, all by straight sets.

FIVB World Cup: Malkia Strikers keep dream of second round qualification alive

The team's victory against Cameroon, with whom Kenya have swapped continental titles over the years, leaves coach Luizomar de Moura's side fourth in their six-team pool, with the top four making the quarter-finals.

Victory at last! Malkia Strikers swoop past Cameroon

Malkia Strikers finally registered their first win of the 2022 FIVB Women’s World Championship, defeating African rivals Cameroon 3-0 in sets of 25-20,27-25 and 25-19.