Kundu Agripina talking to kick442.com after picking the 2019 AWVC Best Defender's award in Egypt (www.kick442.com images)

By Giovanni Wanneh

Sports Writer, Cameroon

Cameroon would face Kenya for an “umpteenth” time in this year’s FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Cup to be held in Japan from the 14 to the 29 of September 2019.

The two best teams as regards the game of the ‘beautiful people’ (Volleyball) are going to log horns for the third time this sports calendar year after: the African Volleyball championship and the All African Games.

26-year-old Kenya’s undisputed libero Kundu Agripina has been in the thick of all positive things since showing extraordinary signs in the 2014 FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix.

Kundo, spoke to kick442.com on how she felt meeting Cameroon again: “we are well prepared. Kenya finds herself in the same group with Cameroon in the upcoming world cup in Japan. We are working hard so that when we meet again, we can beat them. We are looking forward to work on our weaknesses in our training sessions. In Japan, we face Cameroon in our last game. I know we would match them stride for stride though they are strong. We would play well because we are training very hard, we thank God for everything in total. It would be tough but we would emerge victorious”.

It is one on either side; these 2 are even after taking a gold medal from each other’s clutch this year. Though Cameroon and Kenya would support each other on the world stage, there would be bragging rights and thirst to settle the question of “who is the best, once and for all when Cameroon face Kenya on September 29, 2019.

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