Kenya Prisons spank Nigeria Customs to claim bronze in Tunisia


Kenya Prisons spank Nigeria Customs to claim bronze in Tunisia

In Summary

  • Kenya Prisons defeated Nigeria Customs Services in straight sets to claim the women’s African Clubs Championship bronze medal at the Aissa Ben Nasr Hall, Kélibia in Tunisia
  • The local league champions spanked their opponents 25-18, 25-20 and 25-22 to finish third at the continental championship which ends later Friday night

Kenya Prisons defeated Nigeria Customs Services in straight sets to claim the women’s African Clubs Championship bronze medal at the Aissa Ben Nasr Hall, Kélibia in Tunisia.

The local league champions spanked their opponents 25-18, 25-20 and 25-22 to finish third at the continental championship which ends later Friday night.

Prisons had their eyes set on a fifth title but their dreams were scuttled by Tunisia giants Carthage who eliminated them with a 0-3 victory in the semis on Wednesday.

The win over the Nigerians was the second bronze crown for the Kenyan champions to be added to their shining history, which include 5 crowns, and 1 silver medal.

Prisons counterparts Kenya Pipeline finished fifth after beating CO Kelibia of Tunisia by 3-1 sets in a classification match on Thursday.

Meanwhile, 2017 champions Carthage take on compatriots Sfaxien in the finals set to serve off 12 midnight Kenyan time.

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