The team qualified this Wednesday 10th October 2017 after thrashing Egypt in a group A match, 3 sets to 1.During the first set of the game, Egypt subdued Cameroon to a 20-25 win.The girls of Jean Rene Akono returned for the second set, as a rather motivated team with zeal that earned them a win;30 points to 28 in favour  of Cameroon.At this time, the fans stood on their feet to cheer the Lionesses, an added advantage that made the lions impose their superiority on the Egyptians and won the third and fourth sets respectively.In summary;Cameroon v Egypt 3-1 1st set: 20-25 2nd set: 30-28 3rd set: 25-17 4th set: 25-18Cameroon joins Kenya which qualified in the first encounter of the day after they beat the Democratic Republic of  Congo by 3 sets to 0.The competition continues this Thursday 12 October 2017 with Egypt to take on Botswana 2pm,the Democratic Republic of Congo will clash with Nigeria at 4pm while Congo play against Tunisia at 6pm.At the moment, Cameroon tops Pool A after recording three wins with nine points, Egypt is second with six points and two winsIn Pool B, the defending Champions, Kenya counts twelve points after winning all her matches and at the second place is Senegal with three wins and nine points.As the programme schedule indicates, Cameroon will throw weights with Senegal 4pm at the semi-finals while Egypt will take on Kenya at 6pm this Friday 13th October 2017.At the end of the competition, the top two teams will qualify to represent Africa in the 2018  Volleyball Women's World Championship in Japan.Benly Anchunda