List of East Africa ODI wicket-keepers
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The team was disbanded when Kenya represented in its own right. Then East Africa effectively became combination of 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.
East Africa played three ODIs in 1975 World Cup and used two wicket-keeper with no dismissals.
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