Kenya lose title race!

Simbas lost the race to Namibia on Saturday.

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The Simbas were beaten 45-7 by hosts in their last match played on Saturday at the Hage Geingob Stadium in Windhoek.

The hosts, who were already ahead on the log prior to the match, took lead at the start of the match and placed it at 14-0 by half-time.

After the breather, Namibians continued from where they left and hit 26-0 before Moses Amusala and Darwin Mukidza gave Kenya 7.

The hosts, however, continued pushing to condemn Simbas to a 45-7 whopping at full-time whistle.

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