Sunday Women APR 3-1 Forefront APR volleyball club were Sunday, January 9, crowned champions of the women’s national volleyball league after beating Forefront VC on 3-1during the seventh phase games held in Ngoma District over the weekend. The defending champions lost the first set (21-25) but quickly bounced back to win three sets in a row (25-22,25-14 and 25-13) to continue their unbeaten run over the past seven phases of the league campaign and end Forefront’s hopes of winning the title. The victory saw the military side maintain their top spot with 49 points, seven points clear of second-placed Forefront VC which has 42 points which means the latter can’t catch APR even if they win all their games in the last phase. This year’s league format is composed of eight phases. The teams have so far played seven phases from different places across the country, with Kigali being the last stop of the league campaign due on January 21. APR will represent Rwanda in the 2023 women’s African Club Championships.