Once again Kenya 15s is still rooted a position 26th on the latest Rankings released by World Rugby Governing Body, on Monday 17 July.
Kenya Simba recorded the second straight win in the Africa Gold Cup after downing Senegal 45-25 in third round tie staged at RFUEA Grounds. The win was not enough help them rise but their opponents Senegal have gained one place up to 50th despite the loss.
Neighbours Uganda are the best climbers on the rankings. They have moved two places up after a 78-17 win over Tunisia and they are now placed 36th. After the loss, Tunisia are the biggest fallers. They have dropped from 48th to position 51.
Namibia remains placed 21st while their last weekend’s opponents Zimbabwe are also unmoved (35).
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Kenya will now face Zimbabwe in the second last round of the Africa Cup before completing their campaign against Namibia.