Ndejje 3-1 VVC (25-18, 13-25, 25-19, 25-20)

Ndejje are champions after winning series 2-1

Ndejje Elites are all smiles after clinching the most important title of the year with a 3-1 win over defending champions Vision Volleyball Camp in the decisive game of the finals series.

What looked like a stroll in the park for VVC after the first game which they won 3-0 changed as Ndejje leveled the series with a 3-0 walloping of Hannington Nsubuga’s troops on Friday evening to force a decider a day later.

The hungry Ndejje ladies who were searching for their only silverware in two years came out strong and wanted the game the more.

Margeret Namyalo and Belinda Jepkirui took turns to stretch Ndejje’s leads every time they went to the service box. VVC’s below average reception rendered their offense blunt as setter Milly Laker labored to make amends on the second balls.

Christine Alupo’s net defense also troubled the Namboole side as VVC’s Peace Busingye was kept at bay throughout the game, Zaina Kagoya and Prossy Alobo and Vivian Adeke were the only live wires for the Ultimates on offense but their attacks yielded dividends only in the second set which they won 25-13.

VVC’s poor net defense continued to cost them points and Alobo’s serve into the net gave Ndejje the third set before taking the forth to seal the victory.

VVC had started the fourth set with purpose but faded along the way only for Ndejje to capitalize.

The victory hands Ndejje a ticket to play at the Africa Club Championship next year, VVC qualified for the same competition after winning the National Club Championship that was held in Soroti early in the year.

Meanwhile Mattrixx Volleyball Club defeated VVC Saxons 3-2 in game two of the Serie B finals series to clinch the title.

The Kyambogo based side had on Friday beaten their opponents 3-0 in the first game.

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