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Nemostars look to better fortunes
Publish Date: Mar 17, 2014
Nemostars look to better fortunes
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By Swalley Kenyi 

Nemostars VC expects to improve their achievement in Africa Club Champions’ Championships by finishing in the top 10 when they take part in the same event this year. 

Nemostars fly out this evening for the championships in Tunisia with 12 players and coach Anthony Ndaula says his target is to improve their debut achievement last year with at least a place on the final table standings. 

The 2014 edition in Sousse, Tunisia, throws off tomorrow and will run up to March 30. 

Nemostars VC finished 11 overall of the 17 clubs that took part in last year’s championships in Tripoli, Libya. 

But although their departure was confirmed for tonight, by yesterday afternoon Ndaula was still tight-lipped about his final squad.

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