Tunis, TUNISIA: Kenya Prisons’ women’s volleyball team will on Tuesday take to court to tackle University of Zimbabwe in the ongoing African club championship in Tunisia knowing only victory will see them earn quarter-finals slot.
The Warders rubbed of their 3-1(3-1(25-14, 25- 21, 18-25, 25-16) defeat to the reigning champions Egypt’s Al Ahly in their opening Pool B match with successive wins over Bejaia of Algeria and hosts Marsa.
Prisons who are seeking their sixth title, bounced back to winning ways with straight sets of 3-0(25-12, 25-15, 26-24) against the Tunisian side on Saturday before posting a 3-0 (25-12, 25-19, 25-21) victory over Bejaia on Sunday.
A win against University of Zimbabwe will see the David Lungh’ao coached team join compatriots Kenya Pipeline in the quarters of the championship that entered its day four on Monday.
Pipeline who cruised to the last eight with a match to spare after recordings two wins in as matches will play Bafia of Cameroon in a dead rubber match on Tuesday in their final Pool ‘C’ match.