African Rugby Under-19 Cup

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African Rugby Under-19 Cup
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2015 African Rugby Under-19 Cup Division "A"
Sport Rugby union
Founded 2007
No. of teams 8
Continent Africa
Most recent champion(s)  Namibia

The African Rugby Under-19 Cup is an annual rugby union competition that features teams from Africa, organised by Rugby Africa. The tournament began in 2007 with Uganda as the host, which saw Namibia winning the title.

The tournament champion qualifies to the next year´s World Rugby Under 20 Trophy organised by the World Rugby.

Tournament placings

Division A

Year Host Winner Runner-up Third Place Fourth Place
2007 Kenya  Namibia  Zimbabwe  Morocco  Tunisia
2008  ?  Namibia  Zimbabwe  ?  ?
2009  ?  Zimbabwe  Namibia  ?  ?
2010 Ivory Coast  Zimbabwe  Namibia  ?  ?
2011 Zimbabwe  Zimbabwe  Namibia  Kenya  Madagascar
2012 Zimbabwe  Namibia  Zimbabwe  Kenya  Tunisia
2013 South Africa  Namibia  Kenya  Zimbabwe  Madagascar
2014 Namibia  Namibia  Kenya  Zimbabwe  Tunisia
2015 Zimbabwe  Namibia  Zimbabwe  Kenya  Uganda

Division B

Year Host Winner Runner-up Third Place Fourth Place
2007 Kenya  Kenya  Uganda  Ivory Coast
2012 Zimbabwe  Madagascar  Zimbabwe Select  Zambia  Morocco
2013 Tunisia  Tunisia  Uganda  Senegal
2014 Uganda  Uganda  Madagascar  Senegal  Zambia
2015 Tunisia  Tunisia  Senegal  Madagascar  Morocco

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