Kenya Simba is at position 26 on the World Rugby Rankings released on Monday July 10 by the Rugby Governing body.
Simba have 57.17 points and they are unmoved despite registering a record win of 100-10 over Tunisia in an Africa Gold Cup clash staged at RFUEA grounds on Saturday.
Their opponents Tunisia have maintained their position 48 despite the huge loss. Senegal who will face off with Kenya on 15 July are placed at position 51 with 46.39 points while Uganda are at position 39.
South Africa and Namibia are the best ranked sides in the continent (5th and 21th respectively). The world best four at the moment include World Champions New Zealand, England, Ireland and Australia.
Morocco is the best climber on the standings after an 8-3 over Ivory Coast (moved eight places up) while the biggest faller is Botswana (four places down.)