• The Kwanthanze secondary school alumna was given a run in the first leg.
• That means I have to work extra hard in training to perfect some skills in blocking, service, attack as well as net reaction-Lemosiany.
Fast-rising KCB middle-blocker Elizabeth Lemosiany hopes to regain her spot for the third leg matches of the Kenya Volleyball Federation (KVF) women's league set for Kiminini from April 7-9.
Lemosiany, 18, was dropped for the second leg fixtures at the Nyayo Stadium a week ago amidst the cut-throat competition in the department.
The Ruaraka-based side lost their first match of the season in straight sets to former champions, Kenya Prisons, in an early blow to the team's playoff bid.
The Kwanthanze Secondary School alumna, who joined the bankers at the start of the season, was given a chance in the first leg, marking a dream start for the rookie.
"I will do all that it takes to get back into the team. That means I have to work extra hard in training to perfect some skills in blocking, service, attack as well as net reaction."
"It was a dream come true to finally don the KCB colours in the first leg but I want to be part of the starting lineup."
The reigning African club champions have seven middle-blockers, according to Lemosiany—posing a selection dilemma to coach Japheth Munala.
"There's fierce competition considering we are seven competing for two slots. This is a tough challenge for the coach but I am ready for the challenge. I know I have the attributes required to succeed at KCB."