Cameroon: 0
Kenya: 0

  • Philemon Olang (11),
  • Lucky Byron (17),
  • Joel Inzuga (34),
  • Lucky Byron (79)

  • Shabani Hamed (0/4)

  • Watio Franck,
  • Embella Mouhamed,
  • Emmanuel de Porta,
  • Cyrille Kamole,
  • Nguele Hermand,
  • Patrick Nkouack,
  • Nzokou Martial,
  • Armel Damjda,
  • Bekolo Elie,
  • Khalil Njoya,
  • Ndifor Paul,
  • Carol Manga,
  • Fabrice Joufang.
  • Philemon Olang,
  • Ramadhan Masete,
  • Collins Ochieng,
  • Lucky Byron,
  • Joel Inzuga,
  • Shabani Hamed,
  • Victor Ochieng,
  • Horus Alela,
  • Denish Ndinya,
  • Paul Seda,
  • Tony Khadhambi,
  • James Maranga,
  • Eliakim Kichoi.
  • Subs: Reymond Ekutu,
  • Brian Mutua,
  • Celestine Mboi,
  • Wycliff Ratemo

Match report

In the match for third place, Kenya picked up their first competition win, beating Cameroon 16-0 in the first meeting between the nations, centre Lucky Byron with two of their four tries.

Kenya head coach, John Mbai commented: “It was a much better performance by the boys. We couldn’t attack how we wanted because of the wet weather but were very happy to come out with our first win in the tournament.”

Cameroon, whose side was hit by air traffic strikes back home which affected some of their squad travelling, were indebted to Carol Manga who came out of retirement to captain the side. “This tournament was a reward for the sport in the region and takes the game onto the next level,” he said. “I cannot thank Ghana enough for their organization to accommodate us all, everyone can take something back home.”