Following the 38-22 win over Uganda, Kenya Simbas moved to 12 points on the Africa Gold Cup standings.
Simbas’ inability to register winning bonus points in their first three matches proves to be the difference between them and first placed Namibia who are on 15 points.
While Kenya has scored 111 points so far, they have let in 82 as Namibia boast of scoring 236 while conceding only 13.
Saturday’s 18-14 win over Zimbabwe elevates Tunisia from the foot of the standings to 3rd on 4 points while Uganda Rugby Cranes remains rooted at the bottom of the log after two losses in two.
With the tournament having taken a three-week long break, action resumes on Saturday 4 August when Zimbabwe hosts Namibia as Uganda welcomes Tunisia in Kampala.