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14-man Namibia puts 15 tries past Senegal
By Eric Njiru | Sat 08 Jul, 2017 19:50

Africa Gold Cup defending champions Namibia have returned to the top of the table after beating Senegal 95-0 on Saturday, July 8, 2017 in Windhoek.

The Namibians ran in 15 tries with 10 conversions as they led 36-0 at the break despite being 14 men due to Louis Van Der Westhuizen’s red card early in the first half.

Namibia lead the log with 10 points, three ahead of Kenya Simbas who beat Tunisia 100-10 in Nairobi earlier on Saturday.

Namibia went into the game after beating Tunisia 53-7 in their opening matches.

Rohan Kitshoff scored four tries while Lesley Klim bagged a brace with Adriaan Booysen, Lous Van Der Westhuizen, Aj De Klerk, Justin Newman, JG Greyling, Thomasau Forbes, Johann Tromp, Theuns Kotze and Darryly De La Harpe also getting on target.

Namibia's next match is against Zimbabwe on Saturday, July 15 at home. 

Eric Njiru
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