Upward move for Kenya Simbas in World rankings

Kenya Simbas forward Joshua Chisanga in action against Hong Kong at the RFUEA grounds in 2017

The 34-16 win over Uganda in the Elgon Cup first leg has seen the Kenya Simbas rise two places on the World ladder. 
According to the latest rankings released by World Rugby on Monday, Simbas have moved from 30th position to 29th, displacing European side Germany in the process.The Ian snook coached side has garnered 55.66 points.
Kenya’s next competitive assignment is on 23 June when they travel to Rabat, Morocco for their Africa Gold Cup clash against the hosts.
Uganda’s downward trajectory continues as they drop two places, from 35th to 37th having managed 49.27 points.The Rugby Cranes face Namibia on 16 June in their next fixture.
New Zealand, Ireland and England continue to hold the first three positions in that order with South Africa placed 6th.