Kenya national 15s team Simbas have dropped one place in the latest World Rugby rankings released early this week.
Simbas, who have been inactive for the last couple of months, are now placed in position 32, one step below their last ranking.
Kenya, who have not played since November 2018 and will only resume action in June against Uganda in the Elgon Cup to be staged in Kisumu have 52.79 points.
They were dislodged by Switzerland after their victory against Lithuania last weekend during the Rugby Europe Trophy to move above the East Africa nation in the World Rugby Rankings.
Lithuania, who will play Netherlands in the only outstanding game of this year’s Rugby Europe Trophy, on June 8, dropped one place to 34th and as a result, Poland’s position improved.
Both Men’s and Women’s World Rugby Rankings are calculated using a ‘Points Exchange’ system, in which sides take points off each other based on the match result. Whatever one side gains, the other loses.
The exchanges are based on the match result, the relative strength of each team, and the margin of victory, and there is an allowance for home advantage.