NAIROBI, Kenya- Series leaders KCB Women’s volleyball are out to sustain the momentum when they compete in the Eldoret leg of the Kenya Volleyball Federation League.
The bankers have won all their three league matches in straight sets and lead the way with 278 points ahead of their meeting against arch rivals and domestic titleholders Kenya Prisons and Bungoma County on Friday.
“The start to our season has been fantastic and we are well prepared for Eldoret and our aim if to win the leg. We shall work hard against all our opponents.
We have worked on our blocks that were a bit of a problem in Bomet and we sense this will be our year since we are ready for the challenge,” captain Gladys Wairimu said.
“We have been having small problems with the weather but I believe that is the same conditions we shall be meeting in Eldoret and we have to adapt to it. We are ready to go.
“We have to maintain our dominance and if we win the weekend matches, we will be in a good position to lead for the rest of the season,” head coach Vernon Khayinga remarked.
The team has signed setter Asiko Evelyn from Kenya Defence Forces and left attacker Ruth Chelagat from Nairobi Water.
“The new players are adapting to the team system and I believe it’s a plus for the team and I believe soon, we shall be dominating the local scene,” the head coach added.
Khayinga will field in influential libero’s Lincy Jeruto and Linnet Mukambi alongside setter Wairimu and right attackers Nancy Mulonza and Phosca Kasisi with the team scheduled to depart for Eldoret on Thursday.