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4 April 2013
Antananarivo, Madagascar, April 3, 2013- The four time African champions, Kenya Prisons including three consecutive in 2010, 2011 and 2012 are coming to Madagascar seeking fifth crown and another journey to the FIVB Club World Championship this year.
"I know it will be a great challenge for us to win this competition as we have here the most prominent teams in the continent," David Lungaho said ahead of the competition technical meeting.
"This time we are coming as a famous team after our participation three times in the World Championship and of course we are under the scope of all the other teams. I think we have to do a lot of work this time to win this time between this number of giant teams."
Prisons overwhelmed the African volleyball since its appearance for the first time in 2008 when they won their first ever cup and then they clinched the title three successive years thereafter.
Now Prisons have more than six players in the Kenyan senior national team led by the experienced setter Jane Wacu and the efficient Center Bracksides Khadambi and her colleague Diana Khisa. The team also includes the strong outside hitter Everlyne Makuto who is considered the most promising player in the continent.
"We are considering this competition as a new challenge. The players are still seeking a new approach to the World Championship between the best teams in the elite." The coach added.
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