League leaders Kamuzu Barracks (KB) Ladies on Sunday bagged full points to create a three-point gap in the Sempha Investments Central Region Volleyball League (CRVL).
The defending champions stunned Snipers Ladies three-straight at Community Centre Court.
The soldiers won the three sets 25-20, 25-20 and 25-15.
They now have nine points from three games while second-placed Blue Eagles, who were on bye, have six points from two games.
KB coach Jane Nyirenda attributed the victory to team work.
“We train and play like a team that’s why we are successful in our games. I am thankful to the girl for maintaining the rhythm,” he said.
In men’s league, Lilongwe Spikers beat Mipuniro 3-1.
They won second, third and fourth sets, 25-21, 25-22 and 25-19 respectively while Mipuniro won first sets 25-21.
Blue Eagles stunned Snipers 3-1.
CRVL publicity secretary McGodwin Mangani said the league has improved tremendously this season.
“The performance from the teams has improved this season and it they can be a call-up for national teams, I think Central region can dominate,” he said. n