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French referee to oversee Kenya-Tunisia match

The Simbas host Tunisia on Saturday with French official in charge.

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He will be assisted by Zimbabwean duo of Precious Pazani and Julian Mundandawara as Joseph Ingwe (also from Zimbabwe) serve as citing officer.

This will be Kenya’s second match of the 2017 Rugby Africa Gold Cup contest after registering a 33-33 draw against Uganda at the same venue in June.

The Simbas will be meeting Tunisia for the ninth time in history; the eighth one being in 2015 where they won 46-15.

Kenya has had the most wins (five) against Tunisia (three) from all the eight meetings.

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