Malkia Strikers head coach David Lungaho was gutted as his team lost their sixth match in a row without winning a single set, the latest a close loss to Argentina in Poland on Sunday.
" I think that if Kenya had won the first set, which was very close, this match could have looked different, " Lungaho spoke after the match.
"In the first two sets we really wanted to win, but we didn’t manage to do it. We are happy with our performance here, we scored many points against Argentina and it is a very good sign. The level of those teams was too high for us. After our matches here we know we have a big homework to do and we will do it when we come back to Kenya."
Janet Wanja praised Argentina for their fight while highlighting Kenya's lessons in the tournament.
"We started pretty well, but Argentina is a very good team. We knew that it wouldn't be an easy match and what to expect from them," Wanja said.
"Any game in Wloclawek wasn't easy for us. We played not bad in reception, we knew how to kill successfully, but the score was as it was. I cannot say we are satisfied with the result in this tournament. We didn't win a single set, didn't show our best, but we will try to walk on with that."