RRA Volleyball Club storms semis, APR misses out

By IGIHE
On 20 August 2017 at 06:29

Rwanda Revenue Authority Women’s Volleyball Club reached the semi-finals of the Kampala 21st edition of the Amateur Volleyball International sponsored by NSSF, after Nkumba by 3-0 sets on Saturday Mandela National Stadium
RRA stormed the semi’s after battling through the quarter-finals, while the other Rwandan women volleyball team APR failed to make out of the quarterfinals after losing out to Ndejje of Uganda by 3-0 sets.
KAVC beat Espoir Volleyball Club of Rwanda by 3-0 set while Vision (...)

Rwanda Revenue Authority Women’s Volleyball Club reached the semi-finals of the Kampala 21st edition of the Amateur Volleyball International sponsored by NSSF, after Nkumba by 3-0 sets on Saturday Mandela National Stadium

RRA stormed the semi’s after battling through the quarter-finals, while the other Rwandan women volleyball team APR failed to make out of the quarterfinals after losing out to Ndejje of Uganda by 3-0 sets.

KAVC beat Espoir Volleyball Club of Rwanda by 3-0 set while Vision Volleyball Club of Uganda beat Sports S by 3-2 sets, which means RRA, Ndejje VC, KAVC and Vision (three teams from Ugandan) will battle in the semi’s while the best two will qualify for the finals.

The 21st edition of the Amateur Volleyball International competition sponsored by the National Social Security Fund attracked 17 males and 12 women’s volleyball clubs from the East African Community.

The women’s category is composed of four pools, composed of three teams each
Pool A
- Aspire vs Espor
- Espoir vs APR
- APR vs Aspire
Pool B
- RRA vs Sport S
- Sport S vs KAVC A
- KAVC A vs RRA
Pool C
- KAVC B vs Ndejje
- Ndejje vs KCCA
- KCCA vs KAVC B
Pool D
- Nkumba VC vs VVC
- VVC vs Cobap
- Copab vs Nkumba VC


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