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Kwiek demands improvement despite Mirador success

Mirador celebrate their opening win over Kenya Prisons on Wednesday
Kenya Prisons coach Daniel Lungaho:
“Everything we learn here is good for us, especially as this is the first time that we're competing at such a high level as a club. Our reception was a bit too weak today and we couldn't finalise our combinations in attack but we will fully profit and enjoy being here and learning from the best Volleyball players in the world."

Kenya Prisons captain Brackcides Khadambi:
“It was a good game although we lost. We hope to play even better in the next game against Bergamo."

Mirador coach Marcos Kwiek:
“Although we won, this was not an excellent game, technically speaking. We also made too many errors and we have a very short time to make all the necessary adjustments before we play the Italians (Bergamo).
(On his ambitions for the tournament) "Every time we enter a tournament, Mirador are always there for the victory. We came here with that goal, for sure. Today we had some problems as we are still suffering from jet lag and we are not used to playing at 10am in the morning.
(On the opposition) "You really see that the girls are fighting for every single point and they play with much joy and that's nice. If they continue working hard for the next three or four years, I am sure they will get to a different level and will be able to compete with the best teams in the world."


Mirador captain Milagros Cabral de la Cruz:
"We are happy with this win, our attack and block worked very well but we have to adjust our reception a bit. We are really looking forward to the game against the Italians."
  

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