It was Simba’s fourth victory when they thrashed visiting Tunisia in the penultimate of Rugby Africa Gold Cup match at RFUEA Ground today.
Kenya registered a 67-0 victory against Tunisia as they seek to qualify for 2019 World Rugby Cup in Japan.
Simbas will play the competition leaders Namibia next week in a must win encounter with a loss relegating the national 15’s aside to second will have to play the repacharge tournament, a second shot at qualifying for the World Cup.
Kenya first three games (beating Morocco, Uganda and Zimbabwe) to take the command of the game from the first whistle.
Starting for the 15;s for the first time, sevens side player Willy Ambaka dotted down the game’s first try of the game under the posts that Isaac Adimo converted.
Captain Davis Chenge dived under the posts with Darwin Mukidza converting all 14-0 lead.
Andrew Chogo extended the lead for the 4th try followed by Jacob Ojee on the left side extended Kenya’s lead further and Mukidza converting both for 28-0 lead.
Elkeans Musonye extended the lead with a try that Mukidza stepped up and added the twos as Kenya went 35-0 up.
Max Kang’eri, Martin Owilah then added Kenya’s as Vincent Mose’s conversion went wide.
Peter Karia, Tony Onyango with Ambaka completing his brace late on dotting down on the left to mark his competitive debut for the team with a fine performance