The Kenya Volleyball Federation (KVF) National League will kick off on March 2 at Kericho Teachers Training College with 2011 men’s and women’s champions, General Service Unit (GSU) and Kenya Pipelines respectively, keen to defend their crowns.
The College will also be the setting for the Mutai Enterprises tournament set to be held a week later.
The competition comes ahead of the Women’s African Club Championship which will be held in Nairobi from March 27 to April 8, with Pipelines eager to go one better than last year and beat rivals Kenya Pipeline to the title. The eventual winners of that tournament will earn a berth at the FIVB Volleyball Women’s Club World Championship in Doha, Qatar.
Women division one
Blue Triangle v CCN
KCB v Kenya Prisons
Stima Nyeri v Ulinzi
Pipeline v Nairobi Water
CCN v NYTA
Ulinzi v Pipeline
Kenya Prisons v Stima Nyeri
Triangle v KCB
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