GSU 3-0 KPA (25-19, 25-21,25-23)
Nairobi, Kenya November 24th 2019. General Service Unit (GSU) beat Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) 3-0 (25-19, 25-21,25-23) to successful defend their Kenya Volleyball Federation national League play off title on Sunday in Kasarni.
“I’m happy we have defended the title for the third time in a row. Worth noting is that we have only lost four sets in an entire season but it’s not something to be happy about as we need to extend the dominance at the International level, Tarus a former national men’s assistant coach told www.nation.co.ke/.
His opposite number Sammy Mulinge said he was glad they have finally broken the jinx of finishing third in previous seasons.
“I’m happy with the results and the performance of the boys. But this is my passionate appeal to the technical bench that in future they should look beyond two or three clubs when giving call ups to the national team. The talent out here is massive if the performance of the players in the just concluded event is anything to go by “ noted Mulinge, who doubles up as the beach volleyball coach told www.nation.co.ke/
GSU and KPA have earned the rights to represent Kenya at the African Club Championship 2020.
Best Receiver – David Thuita (KPA)
Best Server – Elijah Bosire (KPA)
Best Attacker – Enock Mogeni (KPA)
Best Setter-Brian Melly (GSU)
Best Libero – Noah Bett (GSU)
Best Blocker – Roggers Kipkirui (Prisons)
Most Valuable Player – Abiud Chirchir (GSU)