Nigeria Corrections Service beat Kada Kings 3-0 (25-20, 25-21) to continue their winning streak on Day 4 of the ongoing National Volleyball League Division One in Bauchi.
The duo of Dauda Saje and Emenike Ezike capitalised on the lapses of Kada Stars to lead their side to a third straight win in the league having also dispatched COAS Spikers and Sunshine Spikers.
Nigeria Corrections Service player, Dauda Saje said the team came prepared for the second leg of the Division One league.
Saje said that the aim of the team is not only to win all their matches but to qualify eventually for the 2020 Nigeria Volleyball Premier League.
“Nigeria Corrections Service is in Bauchi for serious business, we lost total concentration at the first leg in Ilorin and we are here to correct all those mistakes.
“Our mission is to win all our matches and eventually qualify for next year’s volleyball premier league. We have beaten the two strongest teams in the league (COAS Spikers and Sunshine Spikers) and I believe the remaining teams should be ready to be beaten.”
Reacting to the loss, the head coach of Kada Stars, Sani Abdullahi said his team will have to correct their mistakes in subsequent matches.
“We came with a game plan but it did not work today against Nigeria Corrections Service. I and my coaching crew will re-strategise and effect changes where necessary,” Abdullahi said.