2001 Africa Cup

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2nd Africa Cup
Date 17 March 2001 –
10 November 2001
Countries  Ivory Coast
 Morocco
 Namibia
 South Africa Amateurs[1]
 Tunisia
 Zimbabwe
Final positions
Champions  South Africa
Runner-up  Morocco
Tournament statistics
Matches played 13
2000
2002

The 2001 Africa Cup (officially called at that time "Africa Top Six") was the second edition of the highest-level rugby union tournament in Africa. Six teams participated (South Africa with an under-23 amateurs team). The teams were divided in two pools played on a home-away basis.

Pool South[edit]

Place Nation Games Points Table
points
played won drawn lost for against difference
1 South Africa South Africa Am. 4 4 0 0 250 77 +173 8
2  Namibia 4 1 0 2 73 143 -111 7
3  Zimbabwe 4 1 0 2 91 194 -103 2
26 May 2001
Namibia  15 - 60 South Africa South Africa Amateurs

2 June 2001
Zimbabwe  20 - 71 South Africa South Africa Amateurs

16 June 2001
South Africa Amateurs South Africa 41 - 13  Namibia

23 June 2001
South Africa Amateurs South Africa 78 - 29  Zimbabwe

7 July 2001
Zimbabwe  27 - 26  Namibia

14 July 2001
Namibia  19 - 15  Zimbabwe

Pool North[edit]

Place Nation Games Points Table
points
played won drawn lost for against difference
1  Morocco 4 4 0 0 85 46 +39 8
2  Ivory Coast 4 1 1 2 86 49 +37 4
2  Tunisia 4 0 1 3 28 104 -76 0
17 March 2001
Tunisia  14 - 17  Morocco

7 April 2001
Ivory Coast  11 - 18  Morocco

21 April 2001
Morocco  20 - 18  Ivory Coast

28 April 2001
Tunisia  11 - 11  Ivory Coast

12 May 2001
Ivory Coast  46 - 0  Tunisia

19 May 2001
Morocco  30 - 3  Tunisia

Final[edit]

10 November 2001
Morocco  20 - 36 South Africa South Africa Amateurs


References and notes[edit]

  1. ^ South Africa sent only amateur players