WACUWasserski Akrobatik Club Untersee (German: Waterskiing Acrobatic Submarine Club)
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We hope she can settle in fast because it's her first time playing in a big tournament," Wacu told Nation Sport.
A fortnight ago, a visibly disappointed Ramdoo was adamant that Wacu would not travel to Cairo having not trained with the team."The general rule at national team level is that no practice, no position for you.
Wacu, who plies her trade with Anse Royale in Seychelles, has not yet reported to camp at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani where the team has been training for over a month in preparation for the continental championship.Wacu fell out with Italian coach Shaileen Ramdoo after the setter skipped some training sessions and returned to Seychelles after the Zone V Africa Games qualifiers held in Uganda last month.
Wacu, who plies her trade in Seychelles with club Anse Royale, at the same time tipped Kenya playing against Cameroon again in finals on Sunday and remained optimistic of completing for a double against them to bring the trophy back home.
Once again Wanja rested Wacu to combine well with Atuka as Kenya extended lead 21-17, 23-20 enroute taking the set 25-21.
Sensational setter Jane Wacu admitted that Cameroon will be a hard nut to crack if their preparation prior to the event is anything to by.
The duo on Thursday released a strong squad captained by experienced hitter Mercy Moim and including veteran centre players Kenya Prisons' Edith Wisa and Triza Atuka of Kenya Pipeline, plus right attacker Immaculate Chemtai.Speaking to Nation Sport on Friday, veteran setter Jane Wacu, who captains Anse Royale of Seychelles, was brimming with confidence.
Edith Wisa, Emmaculate Chemtai, Joy Luseneka, Pamela Jepkirui, Elizabeth Wanyama, Mercy Moim, Jane Wacu, Triza Atuka, Glady Ekuru, Agrripina Kundu, Sharon Chepchumba, Janet Wanja, Noel Murambi, Leonida Kasaya, Violet Makuto, Lorine Chebet, Jemima Siangu, Linzy Jeruto, Caroline Sirengo.
Setter Jane Wacu is still away in Seychelles with her club Arsu and she is expected to link up with the team later in the week.
Mutinda will jostle for the final two setting positions alongside the experienced regular duo of Jane Wacu and Janet Wanja as well as Joy Lusenaka.
He comes at a time the national team, commonly referred to as the Malkia Strikers, has suffered a dip in form after facing increasing competition from North African teams and Cameroon.While in Nairobi, Ramdoo will work alongside head coach Japheth Munala and a squad of 20 selected players including veterans Jane Wacu, Janet Wanja, Triza Atuka, Violet Makuto, Elizabeth Wanyama and Noel Murambi.