Simbas suffer humiliating defeat against Hong Kong

Kenya failed to register a win against Honk Kong.

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Just like what they did in their first test match played  last weekend, the visitors dominated the encounter from the word go placing the score-line at 16-6 at half-time.

Darwin Mukidza had scored two penalties for Kenya while Matt Roslee had three in addition to Kyle Sullivan’s try. Roslee also confirmed a conversion before the break.

In the second half, Honk Kong, a team placed one place above Kenya on the World Rugby rankings, piled more pressure to get away with the match at 43-34 at full-time.

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