Rwanda Revenue thrashed Bafia of Cameroon 3-0 to finish fifth at the 2018 women’s African club championship.
The Rwandan representatives faced Bafia today as they vied for ffth and sixth positions on the final standings.
The impressive ladies under Kenyan coach Dorcus Ndasaba crushed Bafia 3-0 (25-21, 25-19 and 25-14). RRA club’s right attacker Seraphine ‘Baby’ Mukantambara led the Rwandans with impressive 19 points, while Manuela Ruth scored 13 for the Cameroonians.
Revenue highlighted their ability in the match by an early dominance and Bafia lost their way early, it’s a rather straight road to victory for Revenue. Highlights of the match include incredible spikes from Mukantambara, sending a strong message that they were, from then on, truly unstoppable and won the match 3-0.
Bafia settled at the sixth position.
In the Championship Play Off 9-12, RRA received from a 0-3 quarterfinal loss to Kenyan side Prisons to thump Egyptian side Shams 3-0 (31-29, 25-23, and 29-27).
By press time, Ahly of Egypt was et to face Carthage of Tunisia in the women’s African club championship final seeking a ninth Cup triumph, while Carthage will be looking to seal their place in the top echelons of African volleyball history.
RRA (Rwa) 3-0 Bafia (CMR)