Kenya Simbas remain ninth on the Currie Cup standings after falling to the South Western Districts Eagles on Saturday.
The Simbas lost 24-7 in a match played at City Park, Cape Town and they stay on eight points with the clash being their final one in South Africa.
Paul Odera’s charges have managed just one win in SA which came against bottom-placed Border Bulldogs.
The Simbas will be back in action on Saturday 4 June where they will host Leopards at RFUEA Grounds in the second last match of the tournament dubbed Currie Cup Nairobi Series.
They will then tackle Eastern Province Elephants in the final match of the tournament scheduled for 11 June 2022.
Griffons are still top of the Currie Cup Division 1 with 39 points while Eastern Province are second with 26 points.
SWD Eagles are at position three with 24 points. Valke and Boland Kavaliers are fourth and fifth with 22 and 21 points respectively.
Black Lion and Leopard are on 19 and 17 points respectively. Zimbabwe Goshawks are seventh with 12 points.
Currie Cup First Division
3 June 2022
SWD Eagles v Black Lion -Outeniqua Park, George
4 June 2022
Leopards v Kenya Simbas- RFIUEA Grounds
Border Bulldogs v Boland Cavaliers -Old Selbornians, East London
Eastern Province Elephants v Zimbabwe Goshawks -Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth
Falcons v Griffons -Bosman Stadium, Brakpan