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Six-time African Cup of Nations women’s volleyball champions Kenya Pipeline registered their third straight win in Group B, beating Burkina Faso’s AS Dounes 3-0 on Friday night and leading the group with 9 points.

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Pipeline registered victories in sets of 25-7,25-16 and 25-11 and took the lead in Group B with 9 points from 3 matches.

In Group A of the Kenyan league champions, Prisons drew a 2-3 set first defeat from CS SFaxien of Tunisia on Friday night and began to shake their hopes of reaching the semi-finals.

The pipeline would meet Burkina Faso Douanes

The hosts grabbed a set of 25-18 points, before David Lung’aho’s Prisons won the second set 25-16 and clashed again as the hosts won the third set 16-25 and Prisons won the 4th set, 25-17 and forced The tournament was decided on in the final set which the hosts won 15-9.

Kenya Prisons battling CS Sfaxien of Tunisia

The result leaves Prisons in third place in Group A with 4 points from 2 matches behind leaders Sfaxien with 8 points from 3 matches and Kelibia also with Tunisia with 6 points.

Prisons will return to action on Saturday against Kelibia in a tournament that Kenyans must win to qualify for the semi-finals.

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