Senegal relegated

Tunisia held off a late Senegalese surge to come out 26 – 18 victors in Monastir. The victory moved them one place above Zimbabwe to finish 4th overall and complete a tremendous turnaround to save a season that was destined for a total wreck. The North Africans whose senior players sat out their first 2

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Cranes spike the Sables

A hat trick from Lawrence Sebuliba in an emphatic 38 – 12 win over the hapless Zimbabwe Sables helped Uganda Cranes secure a crucial third place finish in the 2017 Rugby Africa Gold Cup in Kampala on Saturday afternoon. The home team scored six tries through Sebuliba, Brian Asaba, Philip Wokorach and Aaron Ofoyrwoth, with four conversions

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Zimbabwe are on the road against Uganda Cranes in Kampala

The Sables who are coming off a 31 – 23 defeat against Tunisia last week in Harare failed to pick up a losing bonus point and are under immense pressure to register their second win of the competition in what has been a forgettable couple of seasons for them. Last year they lost all their

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Tunisia host last placed Senegal in a relegation scrape in Tunis

Tunisia and Senegal are ranked 45 and 51 respectively on the latest World Rugby Rankings. The North Africans put their destiny in their own hands when they picked up their first points in Harare, a 31 – 23 win over Zimbabwe. Now they just need to secure a victory against Senegal to complete their recovery

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Tunisia picked up their first win

Tunisia picked up their first win of the competition on Saturday when they beat a struggling Zimbabwe Sables side 31 – 23 at Prince Edward School, Harare. Just a few weeks ago, Zimbabwe seemed to be headed towards a memorable season after picking up a win against plucky Senegal as well as running champions Namibia

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Namibia crowned Rugby Africa Gold Cup champions

Namibia retained the Rugby Africa Gold Cup Championship, their first in this new format, when they beat an inform Kenyan side 45 – 07, in Windhoek on Saturday. It was the Kenyan’s who started off well, their big forwards led by talismanic number 8 Joshua Chisanga, stamping their authority on the game with big carries

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News flash !

Rugby Africa is on vacation from August 14th to September 4th.

ANOCA/ACNOA – Olympic Day 2017

Ranking

1. South Africa
14. Mauritius
2. Namibia
3. Kenya
4. Uganda
5. Senegal
6. Zimbabwe
7. Tunisia
8. Madagascar
9. Ivory Coast
10. Botswana
11. Morroco
12. Zambia
13. Nigeria

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