The first volleyball team of Zamalek Club defeated its Nigerian counterpart, Naval, 3-0, in the match that was held between them today at Kelibia Hall in Tunisia, within the framework of Round 1 of Group A of the 41st African Championship, which Tunisia is currently hosting and will continue until May 22.
The team qualified for the quarter-finals of the tournament without waiting to face the future of the Tunisian Marsa the day after tomorrow, Monday, in the second round, so that the confrontation will be a confrontation to determine the group leaders between the two teams.
The results of the runs were as follows:
The Zamalek team is located in the first group, next to the future of the Tunisian Marsa and the Nigerian Naval.
It is noteworthy that the number of teams participating in the tournament is 15 teams, which were divided into 4 groups, where the first group included 3 teams against 4 clubs for the second, third and fourth groups, and the first and second of each group advance to the quarter-finals.
The Zamalek team won the championship 5 times, in 1984, 1987, 2008, 2009 and 2012.
The Zamalek team aspires to win the African Championship title to achieve the treble after winning the local double: the league and the cup.
The technical staff of the team is led by: Ahmed Mustafa Ashour, technical director, Walid Abdel-Al, assistant coach, Sherif El-Sadat, load planner, Ahmed Saudi, doctor, Abdel-Rahman Ghanem, physiotherapist, Ahmed Shaalan, administrative director, and Hassan Abdel-Razek, administrative.
The hall games are supervised by Ahmed Mortada Mansour, a member of the Board of Directors of Zamalek Club.