• Atuka was named the best middle blocker together with Zamalek’s Farida Elaskalany while Too was included as the best opposite.
• Kenyan Simion ‘Kosirai’ Kipkorir who plays for MS Boussalem of Tunisia made the list of the Men’s Dream team.
Trizah Atuka and Naomi Too of Kenya Pipeline have made the 2023 Women’s African Volleyball Club championship 'Dream Team' in the just concluded competition in Tunisia.
The two led Pipeline to their first final in 10 years, where they lost to Egypt’s Zamalek.
Atuka was named the best middle blocker alongside Zamalek’s Farida Elaskalany while Too was included as the best opposite.
Algeria’s Dallal Merwa and Jihen Mohamed from Tunisia were named the best outside hitters. Hana Sanad from Egypt was named the best setter while Tunisia’s Raghda Smida made the list as the best libero.
Elaskalany was named tournament MVP.
Kenyan Simion ‘Kosirai’ Kipkorir who plays for MS Boussalem of Tunisia made the list of the men’s 'Dream Team' after helping his team clinch the title after a victory over Zamalek in a five-set thriller.
Kipkorir made history as the first Kenyan player to win the men’s African Volleyball Club Championship.
Kosarai’s teammates Hassen Ben Taleb and Adem Elmeddeb also made the list with Elmeddeb being named as the player of the tournament.
Others who made the team were; Zamalek’s Haikal Reda, Mohamed Mostafa and Hassan Mohamed, Abderrahmane Arab of JOA from Algeria and Audelin Pokem of PAD from Cameroon.