Namibia qualified for the 2023 Rugby World Cup with a 36-0 win over Kenya in the final of the Rugby Africa Cup.

They will join hosts France, New Zealand, Italy and Uruguay in Group A of the tournament next autumn.

This will be Namibia’s seventh consecutive appearance in the finals, having competed at every World Cup since 1999.

However, they lost all 22 matches they played in the tournament.

Namibia, led by former South Africa head coach Alistair Coetzee, prevented Kenya from qualifying for their first World Cup with winger Vian Konradi scoring a hat-trick and captain Johan Deisel also registering one in Aix-en-Provence on Sunday.

Attack-half Cliven Lubser added four penalties and a conversion, while substitute PW Steenkamp also added a conversion.

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