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Malawi, a former British Colony and stronghold in East Africa cricket, has a history of the game dating back five decades.
It became an Affiliate Member of the ICC in 2003 and, despite being a relatively new cricketing nation on the international stage, it has already experienced success.
A respectable fourth-place finish in the inaugural Pepsi ICC Africa World Cricket League Division 3 tournament in 2006 was followed up by fifth spot in 2008. Then, in October 2009, Malawi not only hosted but won all five of its matches to Division 3 in fine style.
Such is the infrastructure for the game in Malawi that all of the matches were played on turf wickets.
Unfortunately, it was immediately relegated back to the bottom tier as it failed to win any of the matches in 2010 ICC Africa World Cricket League Division Two, held in South Africa.