Two African representatives at the ongoing Volleyball Women’s World Championship, Cameroon and Kenya lost their second consecutive matches in Pool A Phase 1 of the competitions on Sunday in the Netherlands.

Cameroon national women’s volleyball team in action against the Netherlands at World Championship on Sunday. Image/Courtesy

Cameroon lost three straight sets to the home side Holland (25-11/25-20 / 25-13) in their second outing at the event after losing to Italy by the similar margin in their opening fixture on Saturday in Arnhem.

Elsewhere, Malkia Strikers of Kenya suffered their second defeat in the same pool after falling 3-0 (25-15,25-14 and 25-11) to Belgium on Sunday afternoon.

Cameroon national women’s volleyball team in action against the Netherlands at World Championship on Sunday. Image/Courtesy

Kenya had opened their World Championship campaign with another 3-0 loss to the host nation Netherlands on  Friday at the Geldredome Arena.

Malkia Strikers at the Volleyball Women’s World Championship. Image/Courtesy

The two African sides who are risking elimination in the preliminary round will lock horns on Tuesday.

Cameroon national women’s volleyball team in action against the Netherlands at World Championship on Sunday. Image/Courtesy
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