Rwanda women put in an incredible performance so far this campaign after registering their second win of the ongoing 2023 World Para Volley Sitting Volleyball World Cup thanks to a 3-0 over hosts Egypt on Monday. Egypt had full support from home fans but it didn’t prevent Rashad Mossad’s ladies from comfortably win the game in three straight sets (25-6, 25-16 and 25-10). ALSO READ: Rwanda Handed Tough Draw in World Para Volley It was a second sweet win for Rwanda as the team continues to recover from a slow start to the campaign when they lost 3-0 to Germany (20-25, 25-19 and 22-25) on Sunday before bouncing back to beat Mongolia 3-0 sets (25-11, 25-7, 25-10). Rwanda women close their group stages on Tuesday, November 14, where they will face China while the men’s team will be looking to bounce back from Saturday’s 3-2 defeat to Iraq when they take on Germany. Another defeat could see them just stay to play classification matches. ALSO READ: Mossad Rashad: Rwanda is ready for 2023 Sitting Volleyball World Cup The World Cup serves as a Paris 2024 Paralympic qualifier, where one berth in each of men and women’s categories is up for grabs for the winner or the highest-placed non-qualified team of the tournament.