Kenyans Women volleyball team commonly known as Malkia Strikers today have booked a chance in the Finals after a beating Morocco Women Volleyball team 3-0 in the ongoing 2021 Women's African Nations Championship in Rwanda.
The Malkia strikers thrashed Morocco 25-12, 25-21 and 25-11 and will now face either Cameroon team or the Nigeria team in the finals that are will be played today at 8pm.
The Kenyan team has shown a wonderful performance in Rwanda having booked a chance to semifinals by beating Tunisia team in a 3-0 win of 25-20, 25-19, and 25-12. The final game will be very tough because the other teams fighting for a final spot are competent in this competition and hence Kenya will have to work extra hard if it is going to win this trophy.
The Malkia Strikers have always held Kenya's flag high in women volleyball competition and today is another good chance of winning in the finals having booked a chance already.
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