By Rebecca Magoma
Seven-time Women’s Africa Club Champions Kenya Pipeline will play against their Kenyan counterparts Prisons in the quarter finals of the ongoing continental competition in Monastir, Tunisia.
Kenya Pipeline defeated Bafia of Cameroon in straight sets (25-15,25-7,25-14) to top Pool C while Prisons humbled the University of Zimbabwe in straight sets (25-15,25-7,25-9) to finish second in Pool B behind defending champions Al Ahly.
There’s an assurance of a Kenyan club in the semi-finals following the draw with Kenya Pipeline seeing the eighth title while Prisons also going for their sixth continental glory.
Ahly cruised past Algeria’s Bajaia in straight sets (25-14,25-22,25-16) to maintain their unbeaten run in the competition.
Organizers, Carthage of Tunisia will face their countrywomen, Sfaxien in another quarter-final clash. Carthage topped Pool A while Sfaxien finished second in Pool D.
Shams of Egypt will play against Injis of Cameroon in another quarter-final fixture while Ahly will play against GSP of Algeria in another quarterfinal match.
Ahly is seeking their third consecutive title being record titles on eighth.
In the placement matches, debutants, Ndejje University will play against ARSU from Seychelles while FAP od Cameroon will take on Asec of Ivory Coast.
Marsa from Tunisia will entertain Bafia from Cameroon with APR of Rwanda playing against Bejaia of Algeria.