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Tunisia skipper blames injuries for Namibia loss

Their showing in the 118-0 thumping by Namibia in Windhoek in an Africa Gold Cup clash on Saturday was far from ideal and Tunisia skipper Ahmed Nassir admits that they did not have the best of preparations. 
Having scored 16 tries coupled with one penalty try,it was Namibia’s biggest win in their history.
“We did not have the best match, our preparations were marred by injuries and difficult travels to Windhoek.”
“Our first team players are also absent as they have contracts with overseas teams,” Nassir said in the post match interview.
Tunisia will be out to bounce back when they host Zimbabwe in their second match in Monastir on 7 July.

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