Dr. Ashraf Sobhi, Minister of Youth and Sports
Dr. Ashraf Sobhi, Minister of Youth and Sports, congratulated the women’s team of the Zamalek Volleyball Club for winning the African Championship title for the first time, after defeating the Kenyan Pipe Team, with a score of “3-1” in the final round of the African Club Volleyball Championship, which was held during the period from (10-23) May in Nile, Tunisia.
For his part, the Minister of Youth and Sports praised the distinguished level and the wonderful performance of the Zamalek team, wishing success to all Egyptian teams and clubs in all their international participation, and achieving serious achievements for Egyptian sports.
Sobhi indicated that the Egyptian state provides all kinds of support to athletes, in addition to standing at the same distance in providing all aspects of support and creating the appropriate atmosphere for all athletes to climb the podiums.
The results of the runs were as follows: “25-22”, “25-18”, “15-25”, “25-17”, and the match witnessed the presence of Ahmed Mortada Mansour, a member of the Board of Directors of Zamalek and the supervisor of futsal games, and Bushra Hajij, President of the Confederation of African Football. The plane, Mohsen Bin Talib, President of the Tunisian Volleyball University, Ahmed Abdel Dayem, Head of the Sports Activity Sector at Zamalek Club, and Alaa Fahmy, Head of Volleyball at Zamalek Club.
Zamalek defeated its counterpart Mouloudia Algeria, 3-1, in the semi-final competitions of the African Volleyball Clubs Championship for women.
Zamalek defeated its Nigerian counterpart, CNS, 3-0 in the quarter-finals of the tournament.
The first women’s volleyball team of Zamalek Club also defeated its counterpart, the Ethiopian Alcohol Team, with a score of 0/3 in the round of 16 match.