With Asia's first Rugby World Cup on the horizon, the 12 host cities are preparing themselves for an estimated 400,000 visiting fans from across the world.
With one year to go until the Rugby World Cup kicks off in Japan, our writers take a look through each of the pools and decide where it will all be won and lost in 2019.
Chrysander Botha and Louis van der Westhuizen each scored two tries as the Welwitschias defeated Kenya in a winner-takes-all fixture to decide the Rugby Africa Gold Cup champions.
The Sables' quest for a first win in the Rugby Africa Gold Cup campaign faces a formidable challenge when they host unbeaten Namibia in round four at Hartsfield Grounds in Bulawayo on Saturday.
Harlequins have confirmed the signing of Namibian captain Renaldo Bothma on a long-term deal, with the 27 year-old joining from Super Rugby's side, the Bulls.
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- NAMIB12thTRIES SCORED 1st New Zealand : 25 Tries ScoredNZL1st825
- NAMIB18thPOINTS DIFFERENCE 1st New Zealand : 125 Points DifferenceNZL1st-104125