2002 Africa Cup
The 2002 Africa Cup (officially called at those time "Africa Top Six") was the third edition of highest level rugby union tournament in Africa Six teams participated to this tournament valid also as final round of African qualification for 2003 Rugby World Cup. For this reason, at the tournament participated the winner of first round, the Madadagascar. The teams were divided in two pools, with a final between the winner of each pool. A second division was also played
|Date||18 May 2002–|
10 November 2002
|Countries|| Ivory Coast |
The aggregate results was drawn 33-33. Namibia won thanks the number of tries scored.