FIVB Volleyball Club World Championships 2012


 KEP / Kenya Prisons
Nairobi, Kenya  

Team manager DAVID KILUNDO
Assistant coach JOSP BARAZA
Assistant coach 2
Physiotherapist PETER NDUHIU
    No.   Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Country
  1 Jane Wacu Wairimu Wacu 24.03.1985 175 60 299 286 KEN
  2   Everlyne Makuto Makuto E. 25.08.1990 181 64 328 308 KEN
  C 3 Diana Khisa Diana 26.05.1987 180 72 305 300 KEN
  5   Salome Wanjala Wanjala 20.04.1985 169 70 268 248 KEN
  7 Jane Jepkemboi Bush 17.07.1986 176 70 278 258 KEN
  8   Joan Kibor Chela 30.09.1989 181 71 303 299 KEN
  L 9 Elizabeth Wanyama Wanyama 27.05.1987 174 68 270 260 KEN
  11   Loice Jepkoisgei Loice 21.08.1989 178 60 305 288 KEN
  12 Lydia Maiyo Maiyo 03.11.1988 185 75 325 315 KEN
  13   Dorcas Jepleting Docky 26.12.1988 183 73 292 288 KEN
  14 Mercy Moim Moim 01.01.1989 183 72 320 308 KEN
  15   Brackcides Khadambi Blaque 14.05.1984 180 70 310 306 KEN
 C=Captain  L=Libero
Team profile

Kenya Prisons was established six years ago and has quickly emerged as one of the strongest teams in Africa.

The team, which comprises players who are all employees of Kenya's Prisons, has changed the landscape of the national league after decades of domination by Kenya Pipeline, Kenya Commercial Bank and the disbanded Posta.

According to team manager David Kilundo, the main objective when forming the team was to become one of the best sides in Africa, a target which has been achieved. Prisons' pedigree is evident from the fact that most of its players are on the current national team. These include inspirational captain and middle blocker Bracksides Agala, attackers Mercy Moim, Diana Khisa, Everline Makuto and Lydia Maiyo, and setter Jane Wacu.

Kenya Prisons finished runners-up behind winners Kenya Pipeline in the 2011 Kenya Volleyball Federation National League. They avenged that loss five months later by beating Pipeline in the African Women’s Club Championships in Nairobi on May 9-20, 2012, to capture their fourth continental title and qualify for 2012 FIVB Club World Championships. Prisons have represented Africa in the Championships two times, finishing sixth (2009) and fifth (2011).

The Kenyans are now determined to win at least one match and play in the second round of the tournament between continental champions. In the national league, Prisons are still unbeaten.

Prisons have dominated African Championships and their participation in the FIVB Club World Championships has definitely given them good exposure and experience which they can turn into success in Doha on this occassion.

Coach profile


David Lung'aho has been the head coach of Kenya Prisons for the last five years. He previously coached Kenya Pipeline and has been the Kenyan national women's coach for the last seven years.

He remains one of the most successful coaches in Africa, having won six continental titles - two with Kenya Pipeline and four with Kenya Prisons. He has also won the Africa Cup of Nations title with the national team in 2005, 2007 and 2011.

Lung'aho coached the national team at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games as well as at the 2007 World Cup, and the 2006 and 2010 World Championships. He was assistant coach of the national women’s team that participated in the 2011 FIVB World Cup in Japan.

Lung'aho started his career as a player with Kenya Commercial Bank, where he played until 2003. He is popularly known as Demosh among his peers and is widely respected in the volleyball fraternity both in Kenya and beyond the borders. He hopes that one day a Kenyan team will be at the top of the world.

Lung’aho is a father of three boys and married to Kenya Prisons' player Salome Wanjala. He is a uniformed officer of the Kenya Prisons Department stationed at the Kenya Prisons Staff Training College in Ruiru Metropolis - he joined Prisons as a civilian, but after going through mandatory military training has risen through the ranks to attain the title of chief officer/inspector.