Kenya Commercial Bank and Kenya Pipeline are putting hope on new signings to recover Kenya’s lost brilliance in the mainland scene, when the title serves off on March 16 in Cairo.
Kenya last won the pined for the title in 2013 when Kenya Prisons brought down GSP Algier of Algeria. From that point forward it has been an all North African issue yet Jappeth Munala of KCB says he is prepared to break the hoodoo.
KCB has escalated preparing in one of Egypt’s club gym in front of the yearly title after a patched up 12-lady group left the nation on Friday with loaded with any expectation of repeating their 2006 accomplishment.
“I have a decent squad; all around mixed – with experienced and youthful players whom I realize will be key in our journey to win this title,” Munala said.
The new six players KCB poached from Kenya Pipeline and who made the slice to Egypt are Noel Murambi, grant winning aggressor Violet Makuto, utility player Leonida Kasaya, Jemimah Siangu, Truphosa Samoei and Christine Njambi
In the meantime, Kenya Pipeline head mentor Margret Indagala is playful her five new best weapons will help her side win the title in the wake of completing third a year ago.
Pipeline have just included four Kwanthanze Secondary School graduates to their program; augmenting the squad that got dismissed as Kenya Volleyball Federation (KVF) champions a year ago.
The side was denied of squad profundity after previous head mentor Japheth Munala baited six key players into going along with him at KCB.
The Kwanthanze group of four who joined the Embakasi based club is Betty Sifuna, Esther Mutinda, Gladys Ekaru and Metrine Wanjala.
“The five have acquired more vitality and we trust they will help us since they have coordinated well with different players,” she said when Citizen Digital visited the group outdoors at Kasarani Indoor Arena.
Kenya Pipeline and Kenya Prisons who will likewise be flying Kenyan banner in Egypt are planned to leave the nation this week in front of the occasion which serves off on March 25.