After having a decent outing in Zimbabwe, Team Kenya in Squash has switched attention to the Lagos Championship that will commence on the 21st of November.
Egypt won the team title ahead of South Africa while Nigeria came third. In the singles competition, Muqtadir Nimji emerged position 5/7 after he hammered Adegoke Onaopemipo of Nigeria 3-0 (11-3, 11-8, 11-8) while James Dalidi finished position 7/9.
“I’m proud of how my team performed in Zimbabwe especially after they beat former champions Zambia. Our eyes are now set on the Lagos tournament.
“We are still waiting for the squash president, Gakuo Ndirangu, to name the team that will represent Kenya in the tournament.
“We need to start our training early since we will be travelling to Nigeria very soon which makes our schedule tight”, Muskoka Prince told Kenya news outlet STAR.
The Lagos tournament will feature 20 African teams with three representatives each.