Namibia coach Phil Davies has named an experienced 31-man squad for the upcoming World Cup in Japan.
There are 15 players in the squad with World Cup experience, including captain Johan Deysel and vice-captain Tjiuee Uanivi, as well as veteran scrumhalf Eugene Jantjies, who will compete at the tournament for a record fourth time.
Harlequins No 8 Renaldo Bothma had been named in Davies’ provisional squad in June, but he announced his international retirement on Sunday.
Namibia have been drawn in Pool B with South Africa, New Zealand, Italy and Canada.
They will play their final warm-up game against the Kings on Saturday.
Forwards – Andre Rademeyer, Nelius Theron, Desiderius Sethie, AJ de Klerk, Johannes Coetzee, Obert Nortje, Louis van der Westhuizen, Torsten van Jaarsveld, Tjiuee Uanivi, Johan Retief, Thomasau Forbes, Rohan Kitshoff, Max Katjijeko, Prince Gaoseb, Wian Conradie, PJ van Lill, Adriaan Booysen, Janco Venter.
Backs – Cliven Loubser, Helarius Kisting, Damian Stevens, Eugene Jantjies, Darryl de la Harpe, Johan Deysel, Justin Newman, JC Greyling, Johann Tromp, Chad Plato, Lesley Klim, Janry du Toit, PJ Walters.