• Our attack, reception as well as blocks need to be ironed out-Moek.
• Moek singled out left attacker Winnie Akinyi for praise after running the show at the Nyayo Stadium.
Post Bank women's volleyball team manager Thomas Moek has earmarked backcourt defense and reception as key areas for the team to work on following their 3-0 win over Nairobi Water in the national women's league on Sunday
The newbies won in sets of 25-15, 27-25 and 25-19 to register their second win of the season in four matches.
"Our attack, reception as well as blocks need to be ironed out," Moek said. "The team will be back on intense training on Tuesday ahead of the third leg which has been scheduled for April in Kitale."
Moek singled out left attacker Winnie Akinyi for praise after running the show at the Nyayo Stadium.
"Akinyi has only trained with us for one week but she made a difference. The left attacking position was our weakness in the first leg and the former Pipeline player has come in handy," Moek observed.
Post Bank lost in straight sets on Saturday against Kenya Prisons but Moek said the defeat was a learning curve for his charges.
"We went down fighting. I believe there's a lot of improvement from the first leg matches. The team will only get better with more competition.