East Africa cricket team

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East Africa
East and Central Africa cricket logo
East and Central Africa cricket logo
ICC membership granted 1966 to 1989
ICC member status Former member
ICC development region Africa
World Cricket League division n/a
Captain n/a
Coach {{{current_coach}}}
First recorded match 13 September 1958 v South African Non-Europeans at Nairobi, Kenya
One Day Internationals
ODI matches played 3
ODI wins/losses 0/3
First class cricket
First class matches played 3
First class wins/losses 0/3
List A cricket
List A matches played 3
List A wins/losses 0/3
As of 1 August 2007

The East Africa cricket team was a cricket team representing Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Zambia. Their first game was against a South African Non-European team in 1958. East Africa appeared in the 1975 World Cup- represented by players from Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia; and the 1979, 1982 and 1986 ICC Trophies. In the last two of these the Kenya national cricket team was also represented in its own right, so that East Africa was effectively a Ugandan/Tanzanian/Zambian team.

East Africa was an Associate Member of the ICC from 1966 to 1989, after which its place was taken by East and Central Africa.

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