April 21, 2024

Kenya Roll Ball Queens Defend World Cup Title

Kenya Roll Ball Queens Defend World Cup Title

Kenya bags a back-to-back Roll Ball World Cup Title after beating Egypt in Pune, India

Kenya national women’s roll ball team have proven themselves worthy of the title of multiple champions after dominating the sixth World Cup games in India to defend the title.

In addition to winning to the great achievement, Kenya's Angela Kithinji was named the lady of the match in the final.

Kenya national women’s roll ball team have proven themselves worthy of the title of multiple champions after dominating the sixth World Cup games in India to defend the title.

This is a back-to-back world title for the East African country that proved too tough for all, including fellow Africans Egypt whom they met in the final held at the Shri Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex Balewadi in Pune, India on Tuesday 25 April.

Up against France, Ivory Coast, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Egypt in pool A the Kenya side picked their first wins against Nepal and France in 8-1 and 10-0 scorelines respectively.

They followed the massive success with a 6-2 victory over Sri Lanka and 2-1 against Egypt to book a semis place as the best-placed team jn their pool.

Up against Poland in the semi-finals, Kenya dug deep for a 2-1 victory against to book a semis slot against the Egyptians.

The side overcame initial travel challenges to go on and not only dominate but defend their global title too as they beat their fellow Africans 5-0.

They last won the same title in 2019 in Chennai India.

This is a back-to-back world title for the East African country that proved too tough for all, including fellow Africans Egypt whom theh met in the final held at the Shri Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex Balewadi in Pune, India on Tuesday 25 April.

Up against France, Ivory Coast, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Egypt in pool A the Kenya side picked their first wins against Nepal and France in 8-1 and 10-0 scorelines respectively.

They followed the massive success with a 6-2 victory over Sri Lanka and 2-1 against Egypt to book a semis place as the best-placed team jn their pool.

Up against Poland in the semi-finals, Kenya dug deep for a 2-1 victory against to book a semis slot against the Egyptians.

The side overcame initial travel challenges to go on and not only dominate but defend their global title too as they beat their fellow Africans 5-0.

They last won the same title in 2019 in Chennai India.