Pipeline, Prisons in winning momentum as KCB lose

Pipeline, Prisons in winning momentum as KCB lose
Kenya Pipeline celebrate their win at the championships /CAVB

After a good start on the opening day on Sunday, Pipeline who last won the title in 2005 continued against Wak, though they were made to sweat for their win. They clinched the game in scores of 25-19, 25-17 and 25-20.

Kenya Pipeline will confirm their place in the quarter finals of the African Women’s Volleyball Club Championship in Tunisia top of their group on Tuesday if they manage to beat defending champions Al Ahly.

The Oilers face the holders in their third match and in good form, having won their second game in straight sets against Ghana’s El Wak on Tuesday night.

After a good start on the opening day on Sunday, Pipeline who last won the title in 2005 continued against Wak, though they were made to sweat for their win. They clinched the game in scores of 25-19, 25-17 and 25-20.

Meanwhile, KCB saw their run checked after losing their second match, going down by three sets to one to home side Carthage.

They lost the first two sets 25-20 and 25-17 but recovered to win the third set and prevent a sweep, managing a comfortable 25-13 victory.

They could however not send the game to a tie breaker as Carthage bounced back to comfortably win the fourth set 25-14.

Meanwhile earlier on, Kenya Prisons also clinched their second win of the tournament after seeing off Ethiopia’s National Alcohol in easy scores of 25-10,25-17,25-9.