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FIVB Women’s Volleyball Club World Championship
Doha, Qatar
15-21 December 2010

 
 KEP / Kenya Prisons - Team Composition

 

 
Team manager David KILUNDO
Head coach David LUNGAHO
Assistant coach Josp BARASA
Doctor Mary KALENYWA
Therapist / trainer Alex MWENDIA
Journalist Christopher MUSUMBA
 
  No. Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Country
  1 Jane Wairimu Wacu 24/03/1985 174 60 300 285 KEN
  2   Everlyne Makuto Makuto E. 25/08/1990 181 64 328 308 KEN
  3 Diana Khisa Diana 26/05/1987 180 72 305 300 KEN
  4   Esther Mwombe Mwombe 12/05/1987 173 67 300 285 KEN
  5 Salome Wanjala Wanjala 20/04/1985 169 70 268 248 KEN
  6   Florence BOSIRE BOSIRE 26/09/1988 175 60 270 255 KEN
  7 Jane Jepkemboi Bush 17/07/1986 176 70 278 258 KEN
  8   Joan Kibor Chela 30/09/1989 181 68 303 299 KEN
  9 Elizabeth Wanyama Elizah 27/05/1987 174 68 270 260 KEN
  10   Tabitha MAKUNDA TABBY 1/07/1983 165 76 0 0 KEN
  11 Loice TARUS LJ TARUS 21/08/1989 178 60 270 229 KEN
  12   Lydia Maiyo Maiyo 3/11/1988 185 75 325 315 KEN
  13 Dorcas Chepleting Chepleting 26/12/1988 182 83 250 240 KEN
  14   Mercy Moim Moim 1/01/1989 183 72 320 308 KEN
  C 15 Brackcides Khadambi Blaque 14/05/1984 180 70 310 306 KEN
  L 16   Judith Tarus Tarus 26/06/1986 170 60 260 256 KEN
  17 Leah NDESO NDESO 17/10/1988 172 70 270 258 KEN
  18   Gladys WANGUI GLADYS 27/04/1981 169 60 217 215 KEN
 C=Captain  L=Libero
 
Team profile

Established four years ago, Kenya Prisons has quickly emerged into a club with a solid reputation as one of the best teams in Africa.

Yet, the biggest challenge for the correction department team, will be in a land miles away from home in Doha in December when they turn up to battle their way through global opposition at the revived FIVB Club World Championships in Qatar.

One of the tenets of the club during its establishment was to become a world class in five years. Although the goal may have been long term the side is now ready to stand up and be counted as Africa representative.

Led by former Kenyan international David Lung’aho will have a huge task on his hands however, especially if his side want to complete their goal of a semifinal spot.

Kenyan teams are known to pick up pace after the first match but Kenya Prisons want to find their rhythm from the start. Winning the championship in Doha is important, but consistence at the continental level is more crucial as it will win them tickets to the global fiesta and with more experience, it will only be a matter of time before they get their equation right.

 
Coach profile

David Lungaho (43) who is a former international volleyball player has been the coach of Kenya Prisons team for the last three years during which he has guided the team to winning the Africa Cup of Clubs Championships twice. He previously coached Kenya Pipeline for four years, with whom he twice led to the helm of the African Club Championships.

He has been the Assistant Coach of the Kenya Women's National Team to two World Championships (2006 and 2010) to the World Cup (2007) and one Olympics (2006).
 
David who is married with two children (Arsene and Walcott), enjoys watching beach volleyball. 


 

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