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Prisons continue winning rhythm against Injs

Kenya Prisons

NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 10 – Kenya Prisons set the full mark by beating Cameroon’s Injs by straight sets (25-16, 25-17, 25-14) in 71 minutes in Pool D of Women’s African Club Championship in Cairo, Egypt on Saturday.

Prisons finished the pool match with the best record of 4-0 and 9 points, while Injs dropped to 2-2 in the third position.

Prisons big gun Mercy Moim played her best and came as best scorer with 21 points , while Injs Suzanne Ngo scored 8 points as the best scorer for the loser.

-Kenya Pipeline top Pool C-

Kenya Pipeline top Pool C

Meanwhile, Kenya’s Pipeline made it four wins out of four to warrant their place in the last eight with an outstanding 3-0 (25-12, 25-16, 25-16) win against Cameroun’s FAP in pool C of Women’s African club championship.

Pipeline who were already qualified before the match up, still fight to maintain their unbeaten runs with another amazing performance. The seven times champions now prepares for the quarterfinals.

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