China maintained their perfect start to the FIVB World Grand Prix, beating Germany 3-0 (25-13, 25-16, 25-22) to register their eighth successive win to start the 2016 tournament.
Kenyan teams at the ongoing Africa Women's Club Championship will face a tough test coming up against home crowd after they were paired with Tunisian opponents in the quarter finals set to serve off on Thursday in Tunis, Tunisia.
Kenya’s representatives at the ongoing African Club Volleyball Championship Kenya Prison’s quarter final hopes were delt a blow on Monday evening after they lost 3-1 to Egyptian outfit El Shams.
Kenya’s sole representatives at the ongoing men’s African Club Championship General Service Unit GSU will on Friday starting 1900hrs local time take to court to lock horns with Algerian’s bigwigs Esperance hoping to grab their first victory in the continental showpiece having shambled twice in succession.
The line up of the teams participating at the 2016 Men's African Club Championship was completed and declared on Tuesday by African Volleyball Confederation "CAVB" with a record of 24 teams from 17 countries taking part in the prestigious competition.
Kenya hopes of going to Rio Olympics are still live as the team will participate in the Women's World Olympic Qualification Tournament scheduled to take place at the Coliseo Roberto Clemente in San Juan, Puerto Rico from May 20-22.
Egypt took over Kenya 3-2 (25-22, 24-26, 16-15, 25-20, 19-17) in the semifinal of Women's African Olympic Qualifier to qualify for the gold medal match. The match lasting 127 minutes showed extra ordinary performance from the winners but the middle blocker Mariam Metwally and opposite spiker Aya El Shami played the greatest role in the victory.
Kenya crashed the Australian party in Canberra with a hard-fought but impressive 3-1 win to book a place in Sunday's gold medal play-off.The Australians were playing in their first match in their own country since the 2000 Sydney Olympics, and had been hoping to celebrate with a win.
Coaching just like teaching is indeed a calling. Over the years, Kenya has produced great coaches with the likes of Jack Omukani and Juma Walukhu leading from the front. Recently, an influx of coaches has been experienced locally with a number of former internationals taking up the touchline job.