|LAST FIVE GAMES||DATE||COMPETITION|
|No data available|
Kenya may be a little undercooked going into the 2019 Rugby World Cup repechage competition, but coach Ian Snook is hopeful his team can book a first ever finals berth to become the third African side heading to Japan.
Adam Ashley-Cooper insists he has unfinished business with the Wallabies as he begins his quest to play in a fourth Rugby World Cup.
The curtain will come down on Kieran Read's illustrious All Blacks career at next year's Rugby World Cup in Japan.
"The Breakthrough Player of the Year Award recognises the most exciting talent to burst onto the international 15s or sevens stage and highlights the 'ones to watch'," World Rugby chief Bill Beaumont says.
Israel Folau is set to play for Australia to the end of 2022 after reportedly signing a four-year contract extension with the Wallabies and NSW Waratahs.
Simbas coach Ian Snook has also included Kenya Shujaa Sevens stars Collins Injera, Nelson Oyoo, Samuel Oliech and Andrew Amonde in his 30-man squad.