Kenya set to play Rwanda in a thrilling opening

27 May 2014

2014 Youth African games

Kenya set to play Rwanda in a thrilling opening

 

Gaborone, Botswana, May 24, 2014- The technical meeting for the volleyball tournament at the Youth African Games held on Friday in Gaborone, Botswana ahead of the competition due to start on Saturday.

 

 The competition which will show 7 women Youth teams competing for the gold medal in a round robin tournament. From May 24 to 30.

 

 Egypt, Kenya and Rwanda come as heavy favourite for the gold medal specially the Egyptian team who depend on 7 players from the Youth U18 team, the winners of the 2013 African Nations Championship of this age category.  

 

Match Schedule

24-May-14

1

11:00

KENYA

 

X

RWANDA

2

15:00

BOTSWANA

 

X

NIGERIA

3

13:00

SOUTH AFRICA

 

X

MAURITIUS

25-May-14

4

15:00

NIGERIA

 

X

SOUTH AFRICA

5

13:00

RWANDA

 

X

BOTSWANA

6

11:00

EGYPT

 

X

KENYA

26-May-14

7

11:00

BOTSWANA

 

X

EGYPT

8

13:00

SOUTH AFRICA

 

X

RWANDA

9

15:00

MAURITIUS

 

X

NIGERIA

27-May-14

10

13:00

RWANDA

 

X

MAURITIUS

11

11:00

EGYPT

 

X

SOUTH AFRICA

12

15:00

KENYA

 

X

BOTSWANA

28-May-14

13

13:00

SOUTH AFRICA

 

X

KENYA

14

11:00

MAURITIUS

 

X

EGYPT

15

15:00

NIGERIA

 

X

RWANDA

29-May-14

16

13:00

EGYPT

 

X

NIGERIA

17

11:00

KENYA

 

X

MAURITIUS

18

15:00

BOTSWANA

 

X

SOUTH AFRICA

30-May-14

19

15:00

MAURITIUS

 

X

BOTSWANA

20

13:00

NIGERIA

 

X

KENYA

21

11:00

RWANDA

 

X

EGYPT

 




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