National champions General Service Unit (GSU) won 3-0 (25-16, 25-21, 25-20) against Uganda’s Kampala in their fourth match in pool D as Prison Kenya revived to win their fourth match over Police of Cote d’Ivoire 3-0 (25-15, 25-19, 25-18) in Pool A in the 2018 Men’s African Club Championship at Ahly Hall in Cairo, Egypt today.
GSU and Prison Kenya on Friday stormed the quarter-finals with former beating the neighbours to become the first team to enter the quarterfinals of the event that has attracted 24 teams.
The Kenyan side has won four out of four games,starting with Port of Cameroon, Woaitta of Ethiopia and Algeria’s Olympique in their previous group games.
GSU will now face Engluish of Egypt in the final group match on Saturday as they explore their chances of clinching the tournament’s title for the first time in history.
Prisons Kenya bounced back from Thursday’s 3-0 loss to Al Ahly to beat Cote d’Ivoire’s Police by straight sets.
This was the third victory for the Kenyan team in 4 matches to regain the dreams of quarterfinal qualification, while police are still searching for a victory after 4 matches.