ZIMBABWE’S Young Sables have maintained pole position on the overall Craven week log after a perfect record in their first two matches ahead of their closing match showdown with rivals Namibia tomorrow.
The impressive national Under-18 side will form the core of the team to challenge for a place at next year’s Junior World Rugby Trophy and a match against Namibia will be an opportunity for Goodwin Murambiwa’s side to test themselves.
The Zimbabwe/Namibia match kicks off at 9:15 am tomorrow.
Zimbabwe is one of only four teams to have won two games and one of two with ten points going into the final day.
Namibia, who won and lost in their first two matches, will be looking to seal off with a win.
Zimbabwe beat Griquas 35-17 in their first match before crushing Limpopo Blue Bulls 43-5 on Wednesday.
The Young Sables will once again look to the inspirational Brendon Mandivenga who has scored the most individual points so far at the tournament.
Zimbabwe squad: Jabulani Samson Mutukwa, Brandon Shane Boshi, Brendon Fungai Mandivenga, Justin Michael Zietsman, Tawanda Gabriel Rukudzo Ngosi, Rukudzo Bandanga Gona, Andrew Maynard Dollar, Ivan Ronald Bawden, Nicholas John Burnett, Barend Daniel Moolman, Tinashe Martin Gonese, Glynne Jason Rorke, Edo Tanaka Chikwezvero, Thabani Kundai Mujeni, Stephen Courtney Makanaka Bhasera Alexander Bart Zwart, Tapiwa Jullian Muringani, Tafadzwa Taurai Jeffry Kufazvinei, Philangezwi Munyaradzi Mudambanuki, Tinashe Gwisai, Munyaradzi Nicholas Mashaya, Thomas Hunter Chadwick.