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Cameroon wins 2019 Women's African Volleyball championship

Cameroon wins 2019 Women's African Volleyball championship
  • Comments   -   Monday, 15 July 2019 16:32

(Business in Cameroon) - Cameroon’s women volleyball team once again realized its 2017 feat by winning, on July 14, 2019, the 19th edition of African volleyball championship. The championship was organized in Cairo, Egypt.

In the final tournament, the Lionesses won 3 sets by 2 for the Kenyan national team. The same nine-times African champions -Kenyan team- was defeated by Cameroon during the finals in 2017 in Yaoundé.  

The Women’s volleyball thus saves the 2019 campaign of Cameroon’s national sports teams after the football team’s defeat at the round of sixteen of AFCON2019. The Women’s football team also bowed out at the round of sixteen during the Women’s world cup organized in France.  

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