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Cairo, Egypt, March 7, 2016- The Kenya Volleyball Federation "KVF" has decided to combine the Women's National team flights to Puerto Rico for the World Olympic Qualifier and Argentina for the 2016 World Grand Prix to overcome the financial problem that made them consider withdrawing from the first event earlier this week.
 
 KVF sent a confirmation to the FIVB that the Kenyan team will participate in both events on the basis of an FIVB offer to combine both journeys .
 
 The arrival day for the WWOQT (in Puerto Rico), will be 17th May. to share in the qualifiers May 20 to 22 before they continue afterwards to Argentina for the WGP preliminary round.
 
The Kenyan women team will play the first week of the World Grand Prix Group 2 in Tucuman Argentina (3-5 June). Argentina will host the Kenyans for a training camp (in Argentina) in the week between the WWQOT and the start of the WGP.



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Yaoundé, Cameroon , February 14, 2016- Kenya and Algeria led their preliminary round pools at the 2016 Women's African Olympic Qualifier following their decisive wins over rivals Cameroon and Egypt respectively in day 3 matches held at Palais des Spots Hall in Yaoundé, Cameroon on Sunday.

 
 Kenya's opposite Lydia Maiyo led her team past Cameroon 3-1 (25-22, 25-23, 20-25, 25-9) in a thrilling encounter in front of full house supporting the home team to lead Pool A. Algeria beat their North African neighbours 3-1 (18-25, 25-19, 25-20, 25-23) to lead Pool B.
 
 Now Kenya meet Egypt and Algeria play Cameroon in the semifinal matches on Monday.
 
 In the third match of the day Botswana set the first win against Uganda 3-2 (22-25, 25-21, 25-19, 10-25, 15-11) in the third place decider of Pool B.
 
 The winners Botswana face Tunisia the third of Pool A in the 5th place match on Monday.
 
Algeria v Egypt  3-1 (18-25, 25-19, 25-20, 25-23)
 
Algeria led Pool B after they overwhelmed Egypt 3-1 (18-25, 25-19, 25-20, 25-23) in the decider for the leader of the pool after both teams already secured semifinal tickets. Egypt led comfortably in the first set before Algeria came back aggressively to win 3 successive set with their tight  block and successful attacks specially through the outside hitter Yasmine Abdelrrahim. Lydia Oulmou led Algerian scorers with 10 points, while Aya El Shami led the losers with 11 points.
 
 With the win Algeria improved their win- loss ratio to 3-0 to finish first of the pool. Egypt dropped to 2-1 to end the preliminary round in the second position. The losers were better in blocking having the advantage 10/5, while Algeria had better serving gaining 5-2 advantages in ace services.    
 
Kenya v Cameroon  3-1 (25-22, 25-23, 20-25, 25-9)
 
Kenya defeated Cameroon 3-1 (25-22, 25-23, 20-25, 25-9) to top Pool A with a win- loss ratio of 2-0. Cameroon dropped to 1-1 as both teams already confirmed semifinal berth. Kenya led pool A with 6 points followed by Cameroon 2 points and Tunisia 1 point.  
 
 Kenya controlled the match through their dominance in attacks specially through the opposite attacker Lydia Maiyo who led the match scorers with 20 points aided by Lusenaka who scored impressive 15 points. Stephanie Fotoso led the losers as she contributed 12 points for her side.
 
Botswana v Uganda 3-2 (22-25, 25-21, 25-19, 10-25, 15-11)
 
 Botswana beat Uganda in a long Marathon 3-2 (22-25, 25-21, 25-19, 10-25, 15-11) to finish 3rd of Pool B. Uganda started in high performance to win the first set, but Botswana rebounded quickly to 2 successive sets and lead 2-1 after they controlled the match. Uganda surprisingly came to the game in the fourth set to extend the match to tiebreaker. Uganda early led 6-1 in tiebreak before Botswana bravely fought to win 15-11.
 
 Gasekgonwe led Botswana scorers with 17 points , while Peace Busingye led Uganda with 8 points. Botswana finished the pool matches with 1-2 record to finish third ahead of Uganda (0-3).
 
Results
Pool A
No
Date
Teams
Set
Result per set (points)
Total
Points
Time
Audience
1
2
3
4
5
3
12-Feb
CMR-TUN
3-2
25-20
25-20
29-31
21-25
15-6
115-102
2:20
2,000
6
13-Feb
TUN-KEN
0-3
20-25
17-25
23-25
 
 
60-75
1:30
1,000
9
14-Feb
KEN-CMR
3-1
25-22
25-23
20-25
25-9
 
95-79
1:58
4,000
 
Pool B
No
Date
Teams
Set
Result per set (points)
Total
Points
Time
Audience
1
2
3
4
5
1
12-Feb
UGA-EGY
0-3
12-25
18-25
19-25
 
 
49-75
1:07
200
2
12-Feb
ALG-BOT
3-0
25-22
25-22
25-10
 
 
75-54
1:18
300
4
13-Feb
UGA-ALG
0-3
22-25
14-25
12-25
 
 
48-75
1:23
200
5
13-Feb
EGY-BOT
3-0
25-21
25-13
25-17
 
 
75-51
1:22
250
7
14-Feb
BOT-UGA
3-2
22-25
25-21
25-19
10-25
15-11
97-101
2:05
400
8
14-Feb
ALG-EGY
3-1
18-25
25-19
25-20
25-23
 
93-87
1:54
2,500
 
Pool Standings
Pool A
Rk
Code
Team
Points
Matches
Results Details
Sets
Points
Played
Won
Lost
3-0
3-1
3-2
2-3
1-3
0-3
Won
Lost
Ratio
Won
Lost
Ratio
1
KEN
KENYA
6
2
2
 
1
1
 
 
 
 
6
1
6.000
170
139
1.223
2
CMR
Cameroun
2
2
1
1
 
 
1
 
1
 
4
5
0.800
194
197
0.985
3
TUN
TUNISIA
1
2
 
2
 
 
 
1
 
1
2
6
0.333
162
190
0.853
 
Pool B
Rk
Code
Team
Points
Matches
Results Details
Sets
Points
Played
Won
Lost
3-0
3-1
3-2
2-3
1-3
0-3
Won
Lost
Ratio
Won
Lost
Ratio
1
ALG
ALGERIA
9
3
3
 
2
1
 
 
 
 
9
1
9.000
243
189
1.286
2
EGY
EGYPT
6
3
2
1
2
 
 
 
1
 
7
3
2.333
237
193
1.228
3
BOT
Botswana
2
3
1
2
 
 
1
 
 
2
3
8
0.375
202
251
0.805
4
UGA
Uganda
1
3
 
3
 
 
 
1
 
2
2
9
0.222
198
247
0.802
 
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Best performances
 
Top Scoring Performances
20 - Moma Bassoko of Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
20 - Lydia Maiyo of Kenya v Cameroon (February 14)
18 - Safia Boukhima of Algeria v Botswana (February 12)
17 - Gasekgonwe Gaoleseletse of Botswana v Uganda (February 14)
15 - Mercy Moim of Kenya v Cameroon (February 14)
14 - Simone Bikatal of Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
13 - Kahina Arbouche of Algeria v Uganda (February 13)
13 - Tracy Chaba of Botswana v Uganda (February 14)
12 - Aya El Shami of Egypt v Uganda (February 12)
 
Top Blocking Performances
6 - Stephanie Fotso of Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
6 - Stephanie Fotso of Cameroon v Kenya (February 14)
5 - Trizah Atika of Kenya v Cameroon (February 14)
4 - Theorine Aboa of Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
4 - Farida El Askalany of Egypt v Botswana (February 13)
4 - Farida El Askalany of Egypt v Algeria (February 14)
3 - Farida El Askalany of Egypt v Uganda (February 12)
3 - Belinda Jepkirui of Uganda v Algeria (February 13)
3 - Aicha Mezmate of Algeria v Uganda (February 13)
3 - Trizah Atika of Kenya v Tunisia (February 13)
3 - Lydia Oulmou of Algeria v Egypt (February 14)
 
Top Blocking Performances by Team
19 - Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
17 - Caameroon v Kenya (February 14)
13 - Kenya v Cameroon (February 14)
11 - Egypt v Botswana (February 13)
10 - Egypt v Algeria (February 14)
9 - Egypt v Uganda (February 12)
8 - Uganda v Algeria (February 13)
 
Top Serving Performances
3 - Nahla Abdelfattah of Egypt v Uganda (February 12)
3 - Kahina Chettout of Algeria v Egypt (February 14)
2 - Laetitia Moma of Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
2 - Safia Boukhima of Algeria v Botswana (February 12)
 
Top Serving Performances by Team
6 - Egypt v Botswana (February 13)
6 - Botswana v Uganda (February 14)
5 - Algeria v Egypt (February 14)
4 - Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
4 - Algeria v Uganda (February 13)
 
Highest Scorer by Round
Day 1: 20 - Moma Bassoko of Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
Day 2: 13 - Kahina Arbouche of Algeria v Uganda (February 13)
 
Highest Set Score
Day 1: Tunisia v Cameroon, 31-29, 3rd set (February 12)
Day 2: Kenya v Tunisia 25-23, 3rd set (February 13)
Day 3: Algeria v Egypt 25-23, 3rd set (February 14)
 
Highest Scoring Matches
Day 1: Cameroon v Tunisia 3-2 (25-20, 25-20, 29-31, 21-25, 15-6) - 217 points (February 12)
Day 2: Kenya v Tunisia (25-20, 25-17, 25-23) - 135 points (February 13)
Day 3: Botswana v Uganda 3-2 (22-25, 25-21, 25-19, 10-25, 15-11) -198 points (February 14)
 
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OLYMPIC QUALIFICATION

African Olympic Qualification
Women
February 14

Botswana v Uganda 3-2 (22-25, 25-21, 25-19, 10-25, 15-11)
Algeria v Egypt 3-1 (18-25, 25-19, 25-20, 25-23)
Kenya v Cameroon 3-1 (25-22, 25-23, 20-25, 25-9)


QUALIFIED TEAMS FOR THE RIO 2016 OLYMPIC GAMES

Men
(1) Host country: Brazil
(2) FIVB Volleyball Men's World Cup winners: USA
(3) FIVB Volleyball Men's World Cup runners-up: Italy
(4) South American Olympic Qualification Tournament winners: Argentina
(5) European Olympic Qualification Tournament winners: Russia
(6) NORCECA Olympic Qualification Tournament winners: Cuba
(7) African Olympic Qualification Tournament: Egypt
 
Women
(1) Host country: Brazil
(2) FIVB Volleyball Women's World Cup winners: China
(3) FIVB Volleyball Women's World Cup runners-up: Serbia
(4) European Olympic Qualification Tournament winners: Russia
(5) NORCECA Olympic Qualification Tournament winners: USA
(6) South American Olympic Qualification Tournament winners: Argentina
(7) African Olympic Qualification Tournament: In progress

FORTHCOMING OLYMPIC QUALIFICATION TOURNAMENTS
 
Men
(8-11) World / Asian Olympic Qualification Tournament     
(May 28-June 5, 2016)    

(12) World Olympic Qualification Tournament
(June 4-6, 2016)

Women 
(8-11) World / Asian Olympic Qualification Tournament     
(May 14-22, 2016)    

(12) World Olympic Qualification Tournament
(Between period of May 14 to June 5, 2016)
 
Kenya and Algeria hold top spots in preliminaries of African Olympic qualifier

Yaoundé, Cameroon, February 14, 2016 – Kenya and Algeria led their preliminary round pools at the African Women’s Olympic Qualification Tournament, following their decisive wins over Cameroon and Egypt, respectively, at Palais des Sports on Sunday.
 
Boukhima seeks third Olympic appearance for Algeria

Yaoundé, Cameroon, February 14, 2016 – Outside spiker Safia Boukhima is part of the golden generation of players of the Algerian women’s national team, which competed in the Beijing 2008 and London 2012 Olympic Games, and now seeks to make an African record of being the only African team to play at three consecutive Olympic Games.
 
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Yaoundé, Cameroon , February 11, 2016 - Seven countries will compete for an Olympic berth when the African Women's Olympic qualifier in Yaoundé, Cameroon begins on Friday, February 12.
 
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 Yaoundé, Cameroon , February 13, 2016- The 4 semifinalists were confirmed at the 2016 Women's African Olympic Qualifier as Kenya, Cameroon (Pool A), Algeria and Egypt (Pool B) secured final 4 positions after day 2 of the tournament held Palais des Sports hall in Yaoundé, Cameroon on Saturday.
 
 Kenya overcame Tunisia 3-0 (25-20, 25-17, 25-23) in Pool A to drop their opponent to their second defeat and this helped Cameroon who were in rest to capture the second position with their tiebreak victory over Tunisia on Friday.
 
 Both Egypt and Algeria went to their second win over winless Botswana and Uganda respectively. Egypt hammered Botswana 3-0 (25-21, 25-13, 25-17), while Algeria nailed Uganda 3-0 (25-22, 25-14, 25-12) as both team improved to 2-0 with 6 points, leaving Botswana and Uganda with 0-2.  
 
 The third and final day of the preliminary round will determine the ranling of the qualifying teams to determine the semifinal face offs as Kenya face Cameroon for the top of Pool A and Egypt play Algeria in a North African clash for Pool A top position.
 
Algeria v Uganda 3-0 (25-22, 25-14, 25-12)
 
Algeria become the first team to book semifinal ticket at the Women's African Olympic Qualifier after they took over Uganda 3-0 (25-22, 25-14, 25-12) in Pool B match lasting 67 minutes.
 
 Algeria improved their win- loss ratio to 2-0, while Uganda dropped to 0-2. Algeria still had 1 match in the preliminary round against Egypt to determine the pool leaders.
 
 The Algerian coach played with most of his line up and started with the substitutes until he finished the match with the standing line up. Uganda started the match very competitive in the first set until they draw 22-22 and won the set hardly 25-22. The second and third sets showed complete Algerian dominance with the main players doing the role.
 
 Outside hitter Kahina Arbouche led the match scorers with 13 points followed by Safia Boukhima 10. Saidat Nnungi led the Ugandans with 9 points.    
 
Egypt v Botswana 3-0 (25-21, 25-13, 25-17)
 
Egypt set second win against Botswana 3-0 (25-21, 25-13, 25-17) to clinch the second ticket of Pool B to the semifinal of Olympic qualifier. Egypt improved their record to 2-0, while Botswana dropped to 0-2.
 
 Botswana started the match in their best form and succeeded to lead several time until Egyptian coach changed some players to regain the rhythm and win the set narrowly 25-21 before Egypt controlled the match with their better defense and win the second and third sets.
 
 Mariam Metwally led Egyptian scorers with 12 points, while Gasekgnwe led the losers with 7 points. The Egyptian team had advantage in blocking 11/1 and in serving 6/1 to control the victory.
 
Kenya v Tunisia 3-0 (25-20, 25-17, 25-23)
 
Kenya led Pool A with 3-0 victory (25-20, 25-17, 25-23) against Tunisia in the match of the day. Kenya started their campaign with 1-0, while Tunisia dropped to 0-2.
 
 Kenya led pool A with 3 points followed by Cameroon who were in rest day (2 points from 1-0) and Tunisia 3rd with 1 point from 0-2.
 
Suzuki Moim led the Kenyan scorers with 9 points, while Kaothar Gemail led the losers with 7 points.
 
 Kenya dominated the first and second sets to win widely before Tunisia came back in the third set to overcome 10 point deficit and draw 22-22, but again Kenya used their experience to win the tough set 25-23.
 
Results
Pool A
No
Date
Teams
Set
Result per set (points)
Total
Points
Time
Audience
1
2
3
4
5
3
12-Feb
CMR-TUN
3-2
25-20
25-20
29-31
21-25
15-6
115-102
2:20
2,000
6
13-Feb
TUN-KEN
0-3
20-25
17-25
23-25
 
 
60-75
1:30
1,000
 
Pool B
No
Date
Teams
Set
Result per set (points)
Total
Points
Time
Audience
1
2
3
4
5
1
12-Feb
UGA-EGY
0-3
12-25
18-25
19-25
 
 
49-75
1:07
200
2
12-Feb
ALG-BOT
3-0
25-22
25-22
25-10
 
 
75-54
1:18
300
4
13-Feb
UGA-ALG
0-3
22-25
14-25
12-25
 
 
48-75
1:23
200
5
13-Feb
EGY-BOT
3-0
25-21
25-13
25-17
 
 
75-51
1:22
250
 
Pool Standings
Pool A
Rk
Code
Team
Points
Matches
Results Details
Sets
Points
Played
Won
Lost
3-0
3-1
3-2
2-3
1-3
0-3
Won
Lost
Ratio
Won
Lost
Ratio
1
KEN
KENYA
3
1
1
 
1
 
 
 
 
 
3
 
MAX
75
60
1.250
2
CMR
Cameroun
2
1
1
 
 
 
1
 
 
 
3
2
1.500
115
102
1.127
3
TUN
TUNISIA
1
2
 
2
 
 
 
1
 
1
2
6
0.333
162
190
0.853
 
Pool B
Rk
Code
Team
Points
Matches
Results Details
Sets
Points
Played
Won
Lost
3-0
3-1
3-2
2-3
1-3
0-3
Won
Lost
Ratio
Won
Lost
Ratio
1
EGY
EGYPT
6
2
2
 
2
 
 
 
 
 
6
 
MAX
150
100
1.500
2
ALG
ALGERIA
6
2
2
 
2
 
 
 
 
 
6
 
MAX
150
102
1.471
3
BOT
Botswana
 
2
 
2
 
 
 
 
 
2
 
6
 
105
150
0.700
4
UGA
Uganda
 
2
 
2
 
 
 
 
 
2
 
6
 
97
150
0.647
 
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Best performances
 
Top Scoring Performances
20 - Moma Bassoko of Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
18 - Safia Boukhima of Algeria v Botswana (February 12)
14 - Simone Bikatal of Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
13 - Kahina Arbouche of Algeria v Uganda (February 13)
12 - Aya El Shami of Egypt v Uganda (February 12)
11 - Yamine Abdelrrahim of Algeria v Botswana (February 12)
11 - Rahma Agrrebi of Tunisia v Cameroon (February 12)
 
Top Blocking Performances
6 - Stephanie Fotso of Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
4 - Theorine Aboa of Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
4 - Farida El Askalany of Egypt v Botswana (February 13)
3 - Farida El Askalany of Egypt v Uganda (February 12)
3 - Belinda Jepkirui of Uganda v Algeria (February 13)
3 - Aicha Mezmate of Algeria v Uganda (February 13)
3 - Trizah Atika of Kenya v Tunisia (February 13)
 
Top Blocking Performances by Team
19 - Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
11 - Egypt v Botswana (February 13)
9 - Egypt v Uganda (February 12)
8 - Uganda v Algeria (February 13)
 
Top Serving Performances
3 - Nahla Abdelfattah of Egypt v Uganda (February 12)
2 - Laetitia Moma of Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
2 - Safia Boukhima of Algeria v Botswana (February 12)
 
Top Serving Performances by Team
6 - Egypt v Botswana (February 13)
4 - Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
4 - Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
4 - Algeria v Uganda (February 13)
3 - Egypt v Uganda (February 12)
3 - Algeria v Botswana (February 12)
 
Highest Scorer by Round
Day 1: 20 - Moma Bassoko of Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
Day 2: 13 - Kahina Arbouche of Algeria v Uganda (February 13)
 
Highest Set Score
Day 1: Tunisia v Cameroon, 31-29, 3rd set (February 12)
Day 2: Kenya v Tunisia 25-23, 3rd set (February 13)
 
Highest Scoring Matches
Day 1: Cameroon v Tunisia 3-2 (25-20, 25-20, 29-31, 21-25, 15-6) - 217 points (February 12)
Day 2: Kenya v Tunisia (25-20, 25-17, 25-23) - 135 points (February 13)
 
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Yaoundé, Cameroon , February 12, 2016- Hosts Cameroon started their campaign at the 2016 Women's African Olympic Qualifiers victorious after they cruised past struggling Tunisia 3-2 (25-20, 25-20, 29-31, 21-25, 15-6), while giants Egypt and Algeria went to the first win in Pool B of the competition held at Palais des Sports in Yaoundé, Cameroon on Friday.
 
 The home team used well the home crowd to come back and win the grueling tiebreaker 3-2 (25-20, 25-20, 29-31, 21-25, 15-6). Egypt crashed Uganda  3-0 (25-12, 25-18, 25-19), while Algeria downed 3-0 (25-22, 25-22, 25-10).
 
 The opening ceremony was attended by Cameroonian Minister of Sports and physical education Bidoung Mkpatt, National Olympic Committee President Hamad Malboum, Control Committee President Majore Timba and Local Organising committee President Julien Serge.
 
Egypt v Uganda 3-0 (25-12, 25-18, 25-19)
 
Egypt upset resurgent Uganda 3-0 (25-12, 25-18, 25-19) in Pool B match lasting 61 minutes.  After Egypt started aggressively in the first and second sets, Uganda emerged in the third set where they led several times before Egypt returned back to their rhythm at the end of the set to win in straight.
 
 Opposite Aya El Shami led the Egyptian scorers with 12 points followed by outside hitter Nahla Abdelfattah 10. Uganda's Peace Busingye led her team with 6 points. Egypt overhhelmed the net with 9/4 advantage in blocking and 39/13 in spiking beside leading in serving 3/1. 
 
Algeria v Botswana 3-0 (25-22, 25-22, 25-10)
 
Algeria overcame Botswana 3-0 (25-22, 25-22, 25-10) in the second match of Pool B lasting 72 minutes. The Botswana team was very competitive in the first and second set and frequently led in the 2nd set before the Algerian team used their experience to win the crucial points and lead in both sets. The third set showed complete dominance for the Algerian team to finish the match in straight sets.
 
 The Algerian outside hitter Safia Boukhima led her team scorers with 18 points and played a great role in her team's victory followed be her teammate Yasmine Abdelrahim 11 points. Botswana's big gum Gasekonwe Gaoleseleise contributed 8 points in her team loss
 
Cameroon v Tunisia 3-2 (25-20, 25-20, 29-31, 21-25, 15-6)
 
Cameroon struggled for 128 minutes to overwhelm Tunisia 3-2 (25-20, 25-20, 29-31, 21-25, 15-6) in Pool A. After Cameroon went easily to 2-0 with a group of successful attacks and combinations, Tunisia came back aggressively after the coach replaced the main setter Maroua Boughanmi by the substitute Nihel Kebaier who led her team to come back to 2-2 after great struggle in the third set which was the longest in the competition so far. The Tunisian performance decreased, while Cameroon regained their solid blockers to win the tiebreak widely 15-6.
 
 Cameroon highly dominated the net in blocking making the competition team best blocking perormance scoring 19 points from stuff blocks against 6 for Tunisia. Moma Laetitia led the winner's scorers with 20 points, while Rahma Agrebi led the losers with 11.
 
Results
Pool A
No
Date
Teams
Set
Result per set (points)
Total
Points
Time
Audience
1
2
3
4
5
3
12-Feb
CMR-TUN
3-2
25-20
25-20
29-31
21-25
15-6
115-102
2:20
2,000
 
Pool B
No
Date
Teams
Set
Result per set (points)
Total
Points
Time
Audience
1
2
3
4
5
1
12-Feb
UGA-EGY
0-3
12-25
18-25
19-25
 
 
49-75
1:07
200
2
12-Feb
ALG-BOT
3-0
25-22
25-22
25-10
 
 
75-54
1:18
300
 
Pool Standings
Pool A
Rk
Code
Team
Points
Matches
Results Details
Sets
Points
Played
Won
Lost
3-0
3-1
3-2
2-3
1-3
0-3
Won
Lost
Ratio
Won
Lost
Ratio
1
CMR
Cameroun
2
1
1
 
 
 
1
 
 
 
3
2
1.500
115
102
1.127
2
TUN
TUNISIA
1
1
 
1
 
 
 
1
 
 
2
3
0.667
102
115
0.887
3
KEN
KENYA
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pool B
Rk
Code
Team
Points
Matches
Results Details
Sets
Points
Played
Won
Lost
3-0
3-1
3-2
2-3
1-3
0-3
Won
Lost
Ratio
Won
Lost
Ratio
1
EGY
EGYPT
3
1
1
 
1
 
 
 
 
 
3
 
MAX
75
49
1.531
2
ALG
ALGERIA
3
1
1
 
1
 
 
 
 
 
3
 
MAX
75
54
1.389
3
BOT
Botswana
 
1
 
1
 
 
 
 
 
1
 
3
 
54
75
0.720
4
UGA
Uganda
 
1
 
1
 
 
 
 
 
1
 
3
 
49
75
0.653
 
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Best performances
Top Scoring Performances
20 - Moma Bassoko of Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
18 - Safia Boukhima of Algeria v Botswana (February 12)
14 - Simone Bikatal of Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
12 - Aya El Shami of Egypt v Uganda (February 12)
11 - Yamine Abdelrrahim of Algeria v Botswana (February 12)
11 - Rahma Agrrebi of Tunisia v Cameroon (February 12)
 
Top Blocking Performances
6 - Stephanie Fotso of Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
4 - Theorine Aboa of Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
3 - Farida El Askalany of Egypt v Uganda (February 12)
 
Top Blocking Performances by Team
19 - Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
9 - Egypt v Uganda (February 12)
6 - Algeria v Botswana (February 12)
6 - Tunisia v Cameroon (February 12)
 
Top Serving Performances
3 - Nahla Abdelfattah of Egypt v Uganda (February 12)
2 - Laetitia Moma of Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
2 - Safia Boukhima of Algeria v Botswana (February 12)
 
Top Serving Performances by Team
4 - Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
4 - Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
3 - Egypt v Uganda (February 12)
3 - Algeria v Botswana (February 12)
 
Highest Scorer by Round
Day 1: 20 - Moma Bassoko of Cameroon v Tunisia (February 12)
 
Highest Set Score
Day 1: Tunisia v Cameroon, 31-29 (February 12)
 
Highest Scoring Matches
Day 1: Cameroon v Tunisia 3-2 (25-20, 25-20, 29-31, 21-25, 15-6) - 217 points (February 12)
 
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Egypt to host Men's U23 World Championship in 2017

Published in Internationale
jeudi, 04 février 2016 00:00
Lausanne, Switzerland, February 3, 2016 – The FIVB Sports Events Council meeting in Lausanne confirmed the venues for the six Age Group World Championships which will take place between June and August 2017.
 
 Egypt will return back to organise their first World level championship since 2001 as they were entrusted to host the 2017 Men's U23 World Championship. In their last experience Egypt hosted the 2001 Boys U19 World Championship when they achieved their best ever world level results, finishing in the 4th position.
 
The Council also decided to submit recommendations to the FIVB Board of Administration to reduce the number of teams participating in the U18 Girls’ and U19 Boys’ World Championships from 20 to 16 and to organise the U23 Men's and U23 Women's World Championships over eight to ten days.
 
The 2017 edition of the Girls’ U18 World Championship will be hosted by Argentina, who also hosted the Boys’ U19 World Championship in 2015 in Resistencia Chaco and Corrientes. Bahrain will host the next edition of the Boys’ U19 World Championship in 2017.
 
Host cities were nominated for three Age Group World Championships. The cities of Boca del Rio and Cordoba in Mexico will host the U20 Women’s World Championship in 2017. The U21 Men’s World Championship was awarded to South-Moravia and the city of Brno in the Czech Republic, while Ljubljana and Maribor in Slovenia will prepare to welcome the U23 Women’s World Championship in 2017.
 
The sixth and final Age Group World Championship in 2017 - the U23 Men's event - will be hosted on the African continent in Egypt.
 
Twenty teams compete in the current formats of the U18 Girls’ and U19 Boys’ World Championships, but the Council will recommend lowering this number to 16, in line with the number of teams which participate in the U20 Women’s and U21 Men’s competitions. The U23 Women’s and Men’s competitions will continue to feature 12 teams each.
 
Finally, the U18 Girls’, U19 Boys’, U20 Women’s and U21 Men’s competitions are all scheduled to take place over 10 days. For the U23 Women’s and Men’s competitions, the Council will recommend a minimum duration of eight days and a maximum duration of ten days.



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TAREK AL-ADWAR 
CAVB PRESS OFFICER 

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Cairo, Egypt, February 2, 2016- Egypt Women's Volleyball team will start on Tuesday their final stage of preparation for the 2016 Women's African Olympic Qualification tournament due to start in Cameroon February 12 to 16, 2016 through a training camp in Slovenia.
 
 The camp that lasts a week will includes 3 friendly matches against the Slovenian national team and clubs their before they jet to Cameroon on February 10 to participate in the Olympic Qualifier.
 
 Egypt's Head coach selected the final squad of 14 players without the veteran middle blocker Ingy El Shami who suffered a crutiate ligament tear last year.  
 
 The final squad includes Shorouk Foad, Doaa Abdel Ghani, Aya Elshami, Aya Khalid, Farida Elaskalany, Haidi Kandel, Mariem Metwally, Nahla Sameh, Nada Meawad, Kenzi Asem, Rahma Elmohandis, Sarah Amin, Nihal Gamal and Mariem Moustafa.
 
 The African qualifiers include 7 teams who fight for the African ticket in Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games, while the second and third will earn another chance to qualify through the World Olympic Qualifications tournaments.  
 
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COMMUNIQUE: 1ere journée sectorielle Dames

Published in Actualites
mardi, 26 janvier 2016 00:00

 

Malgré les conditions psychologiques et de sécurité obligeant la délocalisation de l'évènement, initialement prévu au collège Joss, le premier regroupement sectoriel du Juniors et Cadets du Secteur 3 s'est finalement tenu au lycée bilingue de Diedo.

Le tournoi était organisé par le SECTEUR et réunissait 8 équipes après un forfait de dernière minute.

« Le seul bémol est qu’il y a eu une première interruption, par un certain Biyag Antoine qui se prévalait de la qualité de Président et nous avons remonté le filet. Ce monsieur est revenu et il a dit que c’est lui le président de la ligue régional et le président de la fédération n’a pas le droit d’organiser un tournoi sans son accord alors que les textes son claires ; le président du secteur III est celui qui organise les compétitions nationales dans son secteur.

M. Biyag Antoine entrain de faire descendre le filet

J’ai fait appel aux éléments de la police pour m’appuyer et en ce moment il est au commissariat du 5e entrain de se faire attendre sur procès verbal et j’ai saisi l’autorité compétente pour que les enfants puissent jouer.», regrettait Fosting Duhamel, Directeur Technique N°3. Une action couronnée de succès puisqu’elle va contraindre M. Biyag Antoine, membre déchu de la FECAVOLLEY à ne plus revenir sur le lieu des rencontres.

Les techniciens déplorent de leur côté d’autres conséquences qui entravent leur tâche. « Le volley-ball aux volleyeurs » Le vétéran de l’entraînement de volley-ball au Cameroun, Directeur Technique au Port Autonome Volleyball de Douala Théodore Lingock Lingock est parmi les mécontents. << Nous autres qui encadrons la jeunesse, on part de chez nous
pour venir jouer. On sert le volley-ball, pas les hommes.

Théodore Lingock, vétéran de l’entraînement depuis 18ans

Au niveau du littoral on serait découragé parce que les gens ne s’entendent pas et on perturbe tous ce qu’un formateur peut faire et mettre en place. C’est vraiment terrible. Moi je pense que les gens au delà des problèmes devaient laisser les enfants jouer>>.

                                                                                             

                                                                                                          Douala, Joel NJAMPA

Résultats complets de la 1e journée.

CADETS

Renovation Akwa – Diedo 2-1 (21-14; 19-21; 15-7)

Edéa Volley Club – Bonabéri 2-0 (21-10; 21-12)

Edéa Volley Club - Edéa Volley Club 2-1(20-22; 21-09; 15-01)

 

CADETTES

Diedo – Edéa 2-0 (21-05; 21-07)

JUNIORS

Edéa Volley Club – Diedo 2-0 (25-14; 25-15)

COMMUNIQUE: 1er Regroupement des VETERANS 2016

Published in Actualites
vendredi, 15 janvier 2016 00:00

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