KCB Volleyball Prepares for African Club Championship Showdown

In a bid to reclaim their title, the formidable KCB Volleyball team has commenced rigorous residential training ahead of the highly anticipated African Club Championship, slated to take place in Egypt from April 24th to May 5th, according to recent reports from Kenya Commercial Bank Group (KCB).

Having secured the prestigious title of 2022 African Volleyball Club Champions, KCB Volleyball is leaving no stone unturned in their quest to bring home the coveted trophy once again. The team, under the astute leadership of Head Coach Japheth Munala and Captain Edith Wida, is gearing up for the intense competition that lies ahead.

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The squad, which has been diligently rebuilding itself since last year’s tournament, where they clinched the fifth position, is fueled by a steely determination to replicate their victorious performance of 2022. With their eyes firmly set on the prize, the players are sparing no effort in honing their skills and tactics during the preparatory phase.

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Set to embark on their journey to Cairo on April 23rd, the team exudes confidence and resilience, poised to challenge the reigning champions, Zamalek of Egypt, for the ultimate glory. With the hashtag #LionHeartedSports echoing their unwavering spirit, KCB Volleyball embodies the epitome of dedication and passion for the sport.

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As the countdown to the African Club Championship begins, all eyes are on KCB Volleyball, as they strive to etch their name once again in the annals of African volleyball history. With the unwavering support of their fans and the backing of Kenya Commercial Bank Group, the team is primed to unleash their prowess on the continental stage and stake their claim as champions.

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