Kenya Simbas rise in world rankings as Uganda drops

Kenya Simbas have climbed up one place in the latest rankings released by the World rugby after a hard fought win away to Zimbabwe on Saturday July 22 2017.
According to the ranking,the Simbas have risen from 26th position to 25th with 58.22 points.Jerome Paaarwater’s side will be seeking to improve even further when they tackle Namibia in the final Gold Cup match in Windhoek on Saturday 29 July 2017.
Meanwhile,Kenya’s fierce rivals Uganda Cranes have recorded a drop after falling off one place from 36th position to the 37th position having amassed 49.85 points.Uganda’s drop is as a result of Saturday’s loss at home to Namibia who have stagnated at position 21 with 60.73 points.
New Zealand’s All Blacks remain the top team in the world with 94.78 points followed by England (90.14) and Ireland (85.39) in that order.

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