The annual tournament attracted 5 teams from Uganda and 12 from Rwanda
Okapis said that they have been preparing the team and all they need is to win the trophy which has always been dominated by hosts, Rwanda.
As defending champions, UCU were under pressure to reproduce last season’s form which they did and more as they shocked Sport-S into submission.
Uganda’s top two women’s sides met in the 9-12 place match where the winner had a crack at breaking into the top 10 teams on the continent.
With the help of Harriet Ikapel, Ndejje’s attack force took the lead from the start to the final whistle
VVC beat DGSP from Congo Brazzaville 25-22, 25-23, 25-18 to claim a much needed win
Uganda Volleyball Federation president Hadijja Namanda believes the teams will do well.
Nkumba qualified for the competition after being crowned champions of the national volleyball league.
The winning side’s captain, Yapsoyeko Barbara attributed her side’s success to her teammate’s encouragement.
The team has embarked on training at Lugogo ground under coach Charles Nabamba.