Full back Sammy Oliech proved too much for the Tunisians, scoring two tries
In June of 2015, Kenya beat Tunisia 46-15 in the Africa division 1A rugby championships. It was a big team for Kenya over a team that has historically been much better than Kenya.
Kenyan forwards were more than a match for their Tunisian counterparts
Man of the match Darwin Mukidza leaves Tunisians sprawled in his wake as he races to the try line
Prop Moses Amusala was often a battering ram against Tunisia defences and set up good attacking platforms
Towering lock Oliver Mangeni tries to breach the Tunisia defence
Full back Vincent Mose came on as a substitute to score Kenya’s last try
Stocky scrum half Robert Aringo replaced Lyle Asiligwa early, in first half, due to an arm injury. He didn’t disappoint bringing in a combative approach to the base play, on offence and even defence. He may have to improve quick ball execution, but his composure and base control made up. His try, for the 37-15 scoreline, from the base of a quick ruck was apt reward for his efforts.
As was the case against Portugal, Darwin Mukidza was named man of the match