Usual suspects in Prisons' company ahead of playoffs

Usual suspects in Prisons' company ahead of playoffs

Christened ‘The Moneybags,’ KCB under the tutelage of the decorated coach Paul Bitok shattered league returnees Nairobi Water’s dream of making a comeback to the playoffs soon with a 3-0 (25-14, 25-11, 25-18) beating.

Prisons and Pipeline in league action in March 2021/Photo/Jonah Onyango/Standard Media Group

With the 2020 Tokyo Olympics done-and-dusted and with the 13 Lady Olympians returning to their clubs, local volleyball action resumed at the Kamiti Maximum Prison Sports Grounds on Saturday.

Champions Kenya Prisons, former title-holders Kenya Pipeline and Kenya Commercial Bank grabbed maximum points in their Saturday’s fixtures to comfortably book places in the playoffs of the Women’s National Volleyball League. It literally was a case of Prisons leading the usual suspects into title contention.

Christened ‘The Moneybags,’ KCB under the tutelage of the decorated coach Paul Bitok shattered league returnees Nairobi Water’s dream of making a comeback to the playoffs soon with a 3-0 (25-14, 25-11, 25-18) beating.

The Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) was on the receiving end on the penultimate day of the competitions having been brought down by both Pipeline and Nairobi Prisons in straight sets of 25-16, 25-12, 25-14 and 23-25, 14-25, 18-25 respectively.

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