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Namibia joins Kenya in the final

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Namibia confirmed its standings on Wednesday against Zimbabwe (34-19) and snatched its place in the final against Kenya. She wants to win this African competition in order to get her next Rugby World Cup competition.

The biggest candidate for this tournament, the Namibian machine, did not violate, Wednesday, July 6, against Zimbabwe, who beat (34-19) in the semi-finals of the Rugby Africa Cup. Number 2 on the continent behind South Africa for many years, Namibia proved to be pragmatic against a very competitive Zimbabwean side during the first 38 minutes of the match.

Two minutes into the first half, the score was only 7-5 in favor of the Namibians. But a foul by Zimbabwe’s Jason Fraser in the third row led to him being sent off temporarily and the match referee whistled from the penalty spot, giving Namibia a nine-point lead before the break (14-5).

The Namibians were able to take advantage of their numerical inferiority once the match resumed, and Namibian third streak Janco Venter signed a new trial of 42e the moment. And despite enormous courage and a massive burst of energy, the Zimbabweans were unable to get back into the game.

The World Cup is on the horizon

Like prostitute Torsten van Jaarsveld, the Namibian national team was able to rely on its experienced defensive players to counter the offensive waves and resist the onslaught of Zimbabwe. Until Kelvin Kanningo ends up passing and flattening the ball into the Namibian goal. Bid diverted by half of the Superior Hilton Mudariki (24-12).

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For Namibia, there was no doubt that their opponent was allowed to regain hope in the last 20 minutes. And in the next action, Namibian winger Johan Grayling breathed new life into his team with a fresh try (29-12). in 69e Minutes, Yan Conrady hit the ball into the Zimbabwean goal and cover forever.

The Namibians have only one match to win to secure their place in the next World Cup, in Group A alongside France, New Zealand, Italy and Uruguay. In doing so, they will win their seventh consecutive participation in the major world rugby competition.