APR close in on hat-trick

APR will retain their volleyball crown if they finish inside the top three in the final phase of the league this weekend.After winning the last three stages, the reigning champions enjoy a 40-point cushion over Kigali Volleyball Club (KVC), their closest challenger.

APR will retain their volleyball crown if they finish inside the top three in the final phase of the league this weekend.

After winning the last three stages, the reigning champions enjoy a 40-point cushion over Kigali Volleyball Club (KVC), their closest challenger.

Preliminary action is set for today at Amahoro stadium while the semi-final and final will be played tomorrow at the same venue.

APR coach Jean Dieu Ndayikingurukiye told Times Sport that he plans to give his youngsters a chance.

“I will play some of the team’s youngsters just to give them a feel of what league volleyball is all about,” the former APR and national team captain said.

APR have dominated domestic volleyball in the last few seasons and look set to continue their dominance.
It could be a double for the army-side as APR also top the standings in the women league.

APR have a 35-point cushion over second placed Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA).

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