Disappointing Kenya fall in Nambia
13 November 2013, 13:46
Windhoek - Kenya were let down by a poor first half display as they fell to a 29-14 loss to Zimbabwe in the second match of the
Windhoek Draught Tri-Nations Rugby Series in Windhoek Namibia on Tuesday
In an entertaining match, Zimbabwe
strolled into a 26-0 lead at halftime, but Kenya staged a strong comeback in a much better second half display.
Fullback Tangai Nemadire scored two tries for Zimbabwe while fly-half Lenience
Tambwera scored 19 points with a try, four penalties and a conversion.
Winger Cyprian Kuto and prop Isaiya Nyariki scored tries each for Kenya while fly-half Kenny Andolo added two conversions.
Kenya head coach Jerome Paarwater was disappointed with the first half display.
“We lost the match in a poor first
half where we gifted them points after point and even though we played well in
the second, it was difficult to catch-up, he said.
The final match of the Tri-Nations series takes place on Saturday when Kenya take on the hosts