Thrills increase as Africa determines its Olympic representative

26 May 2012

 Gusenyi, Rwanda , May 26,2012 – The thrills became at its utmost ahead of the  CAVB Beach Volleyball Continental Cup Women's final set to determine African representative at the 2012 London Olympic Games.

 On the shores of Lake KIVU, Olympic dream is a step closer for Africa’s top ranked countries Kenya & Mauritius who have advanced to FINALS after exciting Semi Finals against Mozambique and South Africa respectively.

Saturday action will witness the gold medal match between top African ranked Kenya and Mauritius while Mozambique combat South Africa for the bronze medal matches.

The gold medal match Match will start with Kenyan team 1 Margaret INDIKALA/ Dorcas NDASABA against Mauritius team 2 Prisca SEERUNGEN/Marie BAUDA.

The Bronze medal is equally expected to be a thriller after South Africa the dream to follow the footsteps of their men counterparts.

1st bronze medal match scheduled to take place on court 2 simultaneously with the gold medal match where South Africa team 1 Palesa SEKHOYANA/Randy WILLIAMS against Mozambique team 2 Sátira CHONGO/ Guilhermina COSSA.




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