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Zambia have been appointed two host two international tournaments later this year according to the Sunday Post. The country is set to hold the 2008 central and southern African eight nations' Under-17 cricket tournament and the Africa Cricket Cup.
Saidi Malama, the Zambia cricket development manager, said they will be searching for talent ahead of the U-17 event. "We have a provisional team in place but we will also go out in schools across the country to recruit Under-17 players who will play in this tournament."
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