• Kock Tamlyn grabbed a brace.
• Kenya began the competition on the wrong foot after going down 2-0 against hosts Egypt on Sunday.
Kenya under-21 women's hockey team suffered a second successive defeat in the ongoing Africa Junior Cup in Ismailia, Egypt.
The Meshack Senge coached side lost 5-0 in the hands of rampant South Africa in the day two of the competition on Monday.
Kock Tamlyn grabbed a brace while the trio of May Kutlwano, Le Roux Mikkela and Coltman Jesquinique scored a goal each to inflict Kenya with the heaviest defeat thus far in the four-day championship.
Kenya began the competition on the wrong foot after going down 2-0 against hosts Egypt on Sunday.
Kenya will play Zimbabwe on Tuesday in the dead rubber match because they are already out of the Hockey Junior World Cup qualifiers.