Kenya Pipeline and the General Service Unit GSU teams were the winners as the 2015 Kenya Volleyball Federation KVF league play-offs came to an end at the KPA Makande Hall, Mombasa on Sunday.
Pipeline successfully retained the title they won in 2014 after coming from a set down to beat Kenya Prisons 3-1(19-25, 25-12, 25-19, 29-27).
In men’s category the para-military GSU team coached by Gideon Tarus,overcame their fierce rivals Kenya Defence Force KDF 3-1(25-15, 25-18,21-25, 25-19) reclaiming the title they lost to Kenya Prison at the same venue in 2014.
Debutants Kenya Ports Authority KPA men’s team who were also the hosts settled for a third position with one win while regulars KDF finished fourth after succumbing to defeat in all their matches.
Eight teams took part in the three-day round robin format play-offs with each team taking home medals while champions GSU and
Pipeline won trophies, medals and Ksh 125,000 each.
Elsewhere Algeria will be hosting the 2015 CAVB Congress this week December 3rd and 4th at the capital Algiers, headed by African Volleyball Confederation President Dr Amr Elwani together with Algerian National Olympic Committee President Mustapha Berraf.
Global Volleyball body president Dr Ary Graca will be attending the 2015 CAVB Congress.