In Summary
  • Prisons take on defending champions Carthage while Pipeline battle hosts Al Ahly in the last four with a place in the final at stake.
  • This will be the second last hurdle for the two teams in their quest to bring home the continental title that has eluded Kenya for four years now.
  • Should they win their respective matches, the two Kenyan representatives will set-up an all-Kenyan clash in the final on Thursday.

The prospect of an all-Kenyan final in the 2018 Women’s Africa Club Volleyball Championship face a stern test when Kenya Pipeline and Kenya Prisons take to the court on Tuesday evening in Cairo.

Prisons take on defending champions Carthage while Pipeline battle hosts Al Ahly in the last four with a place in the final at stake.

This will be the second last hurdle for the two teams in their quest to bring home the continental title that has eluded Kenya for four years now.

Should they win their respective matches, the two Kenyan representatives will set-up an all-Kenyan clash in the final set for Thursday.

Prisons’ battle against defending champions Carthage will serve off at 5pm (EAT) at the Al Ahly Sports Hall, while Pipeline will face last year’s finalists Al Ahly from 9pm (EAT) at the same venue.

“We were not at our best in the quarterfinals, so I was very happy that we managed to beat them and make it here. This time round there is no room for mistakes because we are still aiming for the ultimate prize,” said Prisons coach David Lung’aho after their win over Rwanda’s Revenue Authority in the last eight.

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