Rwanda Revenue Authority, the 2015 women’s champions, failed to win a set as they fell 3-0 to Kenyan side ASPIRE that majorly comprised of key members of the Kenya women national set up in the finals of the 20th edition of the NSSF KAVC International Volleyball tournament that ended on Sunday at Lugogo Indoor Stadium in Kampala.


However, it was a different story for UNIK, formerly INATEK, the 2015 men’s champions. Despite losing sets 1 and 3, they managed to brush aside 2014 Champions SKY 3-2 after a tie-breaker in what was a highly-contested final to win their third title in four years.


NSSF Managing Director Richard Byarugaba pledged the Fund’s support to next year’s edition. The three-day tournament attracted 11 clubs (both foreign and local).

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RESULTS:


Finals:
Women 
RRA (Rwanda) Vs Aspire (Kenya) 0 -3 (10-25, 18-25, 16-25)
Men
Sky (Uganda) Vs UNIK (Rwanda) 2-3 (26-24 20-25 25-20 9-25 11-15)

Individual winners:

Women:
Attacker: Moim Mercy (Aspire)
Receiver : Jepkirui Belinda (Ndejje)
Setter: Wacu Jane (aspire)
Defender: Nzayisenga Charlotte (RRA)
Blocker: Bwisa Edith (aspire)
Server: Mukantambara Saraphine (RRA)
Libero: Nandaula Flavia (Nkunba) 
MVP: Blackcides Agala(Aspire)

Men:
Server: Olivier Ntagengwa (unik) 
Receiver: Emma Kato (sky) 
Setter: 
Elisha Aliwa (Nairobi) 
Attacker: Akumuntu Kavalo (unik) 
Blocker: Sibomana Placide (UNIK)
Defender:Jimmy Mwaniki. (NSC)
Libero: Isiangi Elias (SKY)
MVP: Malinga Kathbart (SKY)

Musician Maro performs at the closing ceremony

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