Take a look at the competing teams in ICC Africa Division 3
Cameroon - The Cameroon government first officially recognised the Cameroon Cricket Federation as the governing body of the sport in 2005. It became an Affiliate member of the ICC in 2007.
Gambia - The first colonial cricket match involving Gambia was played in 1927. The first domestic league competition was set up in 2004. It finished fourth in ICC Africa Division 3 in 2009.
Lesotho - It became an ICC Affiliate Member in 2001. It has been unsuccessful in international competition so far, finishing last in the ICC Africa Division 3 event in 2006 and 2009.
Mali - Cricket was first played in Mali in 2002 and the first-ever cricket tournament was played in 2003. A schools programme was then developed in 2004. It became an ICC Affiliate Member in 2005.
Morocco - It became an Affiliate Member of the ICC in 1999. It first took part in a tournament in 2006, when it finished fifth in the ICC Africa Division 3. It missed the 2009 event, due to visa issues.
Rwanda - It became an Affiliate Member of the ICC in 2003 and has since then regularly taking part in international competition. It came third out of five teams at the ICC Africa Division 3 event in 2009.
Seychelles - Cricket has been played in the Seychelles since colonial times. As of 2010, there were eight senior teams playing in competitions, with two tournaments being held during the year.