Kenya heads to second test against Hong Kong with no change

The Simbas have occupied this position for the whole month.

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The Simbas still stand at position 25, a place they have occupied the whole month. Hong Kong are also glued at position 24 ahead of their second meeting which is scheduled for Saturday August 26.

Their first test match played on Sunday August 20 at RFUEA grounds ended in a 19-19 stalemate.

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