Knock-on sees Zimbabwe lose to Namibia
By Eric Njiru | Sat 15 Jul, 2017 19:51

Africa Cup defending champions Namibia came from 23-7 down at the break to beat Zimbabwe 31-26 in the Africa Gold Cup on Saturday July 15, 2017 in Windhoek.

Namibia scored four tries in the second half to seal the win as Zimbabwe knocked at the very last minute in Namibia's 22. 

Zimbabwe had scored three penalties and two converted tries at the break as Namibia had bagged a converted try only for them to let the lead slip in the second half. 

The win means Namibia stay top with 15 points as Kenya settles for second with 12, Uganda third with 11 while Zimbabwe bag one point to stay fourth with five points, Senegal fifth with one while Tunisia have no point at sixth. 

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

Eric Njiru
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