Saturday, April 30
Women: VVC Vs Ndejje – 1pm (1-0)
Men: Nemostars Vs OBB – 3pm (1-0)
OBB will seek to force a decider when they meet Nemostars in game two of the 2021/22 National Volleyball League playoffs final in best of three series.
OBB put up a fight in game One (3-2) against holders Nemostars before losing the match in a decisive set last Saturday.
And when the two sides meet again at Old Kampala Arena, a win will see Nemostars take their fourth straight title.
“It was not a bad game, it’s only that we made few mistakes at some point, the boys failed to receive and we shall go and improve on that,” said OBB Coach Lawrence Yakan Guma.
“Right now, I believe that we will make it in the next two rounds. We made a few mistakes in the last minutes and of course few rotations disturbed us.
“Nemostars have experience but we also have experienced players too so I don’t want to say that it is such a big advantage to them.”
OBB are playing in the top flight for the first time and whatever result, the side will move with heads high, having eliminated Sport-S in the semis.
OBB got out of the blocks quickly to take set one 25-23 but Nemo drew the tie level after taking the second set 25-21.
OBB, benefited from Nemo errors to take set three 25-20 but couldn’t hold on in the fourth quarter which Nemo won 25-23 to force a decider which Nemo won 15-8.
OBB Players – Isaac Odongo, Rajab Kimera, Mothic Marial, Nathan Okare Eduru, John Mark Okurut, Hussein Juma Adome, Juan Bob Ongom, Kelvin Kiplagat, Cosmas Elijah Adunyo, Ramadhan Kisakye, Owen Omoding, John Bosco Opendi, Martin Ssemwanga (L), Sharif Nabangi (L)