Uganda have gone top in the Africa Gold Cup standings after match day two on Saturday July 1, 2017.
The Cranes beat Senegal 17-16 in Dakar to add to an a 33-all draw with Kenya a week ago that sees them stay top with six points.
Defending champions Namibia played their first match beating Tunisia 53-7 and are now second with five points after winning with a bonus.
Zimbabwe, who beat Senegal 28-16 on match day one, are third with for points as Kenya sits fourth with two points.
Senegal is fifth with one point while Tunisia close at sixth with no point.
Africa Gold Cup enters match day three on Saturday July 8, 2017 where Kenya will host Tunisia in Nairobi as Senegal travels to Namibia as they seek a first win in Africa’s top flight rugby.