Nothing motivates a side than going out to beat a record that is a few wins away.

Vision Volleyball Camp (VVC) women find themselves in that situation, having played and reached seven finals, winning six along the way.

VVC are eyeing and look ready to break Nemostars’ record from last year, the latter played in 11 finals and won eight of those, including the League and the National Club Championship.

“We (VVC) have to break that record, It’s our target no doubt about that,” said VVC captain Viola ‘Shosho’ Akisa.

“And we are not far away from it; we just need to keep on focusing and the wins will keep on coming,” she added.

VVC’s latest triumph was the Nkumba open last weekend when they defeated winners of the past two editions Ndejje Elites 3-1 (25-14, 23-25, 25-21, and 25-21).

VVC have also lifted the Makerere, Kampala International University and Jinja Open Tournaments, Dr. Aporu-Okol Memorial International Championship and the Joan Cox Memorial Tournament.

“All those titles have come because of hardwork and we are not about to change our strategy, which means many more are to come,” said VVC’s Peace Busingye.

The Namboole based side have only lost the Ndejje Open to Nkumba, a 3-2 defeat which was also the first time coach Hannington Nsubuga’s side was tasting defeat.

VVC will be eyeing the NSSF-KAVC International, National Club Championship, UCU Open and National Club Championship and the NSSF Volleyball League title.

Senior staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering volleyball, football and badminton

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