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Kenya Simbas stay second at Africa Gold Cup
By Eric Njiru | Sat 15 Jul, 2017 19:54

Kenya Simbas stay second in the Africa Gold Cup after beating Senegal 45-25 on Saturday, July 15, 2017 at the RFUEA grounds.

The Simbas bagged the maximum five points and now have 12 to stay second after Namibia’s 31-26 comeback win over Zimbabwe in Windhoek.

Uganda, who beat Tunisia 78-17, are third with 11 points while the defending champions Namibia stay top with 15 points. 

Zimbabwe bagged one point after losing to Namibia but do not move staying fourth.

Senegal are fifth with one point bagged from their 16-15 loss to Uganda on day one while Tunisia remain last with no point after three matches.

Standings after July 15
1.Namibia 15
2.Kenya 12
3.Uganda 11
4.Zimbabwe 6 
5.Senegal 1
6.Tunisia 0

Eric Njiru
eric@ragahouse.com 0726205521
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