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The last time Uganda got close to being represented was 2009 after the 2008 winners got to Cairo late for the tournament.
Thereafter, Sports-S, KAVC and Nkumba have all won the league but eventually fail to take part in the Continental showpiece.
“In most cases these games are hosted by North African Countries, which becomes a bit expensive for our team,” Uganda Volleyball Federation Second Vice President Geoffrey Ssenyondo said.
For Nemo, who are eager to take part in their maiden CAVB competition, the event will be a learning process for most of the players.
“Competiting against stronger opposition has always been part of our plans,” Nemo Stars skipper George Aporu said.
“We’re trying to train consistently because we know that the mountain to climb is far than last season, all teams are coming out with new strategies so the main issue here is that we have to be at our game, no room for errors” the USPA 2012 Volleyball player of the year added.
As the men head North, Uganda’s league and national title winners Ndejje University and KAVC will compete at the women’s version in Madagascar from April 5-17.