Multiple champions Kenya Pipeline maintained their top form, winning their second pool B match against AS Douanes at the Aissa Ben Nasr Hall here in Kelibia, Tunisia.
Following their victory against…..in the opening fixture on Thursday, the Paul Gitau coached side defeated the Bukina Faso side in straight sets of 25-07, 25-16 and 25-11.
Following the win against ASEC Mimosas of Cote d’Ivoire and Ethiopia’s National Alcohol in their opening matches, the Oilers have an upper hand to qualify into the semifinals in a six team pool.
Pipeline will now face Nigeria Customs in their fourth match on Sunday before tackling fellow title favourites Carthage of Tunisia in their last Group B match on Monday.
In pool A, national champions Kenya Prison lost their first match in the hands of the hosts CS Sfaxien in a five-thrilling setter at the same venue.
The hosts won the opening set 25-18 but Prison won the second 16-25. In an exchanging manner, Xfaxien won the third in 25-16 and Prison won the 4th in 17-25 and hosts rallied their troops to win the determining 5th set in 15-09.