Reigning champions The Gambia have sealed their place at the 2011 African Under-17 Football Championship.
The Baby Scorpions beat Tunisia 1-0 in Banjul, a result which gave them victory on the away goals rule after the tie ended in a 3-3 aggregate score.

There was disappointment for Ghana, after they lost to Senegal on penalties.
The Black Starlets had gone into the second leg with a 2-0 lead from the first match in Accra.
But Senegal neutralised that advantage with an identical scoreline in Dakar and they proved triumphant after taking the game 3-2 on penalties.
It will be Senegal's first ever appearance at the tournament.
Another qualifier is Ivory Coast who beat Sierra Leone 2-0 in Abidjan.
They go through 4-2 on aggregate.

Central Africa will be represented by Gabon who go through despite losing 3-2 away to Congo in Brazzaville over the weekend.
Gabon made it through thanks to their 2-0 home victory a fortnight ago.
Mali are also through after a 3-0 home victory over Cameroon in Bamako.
The Eaglets qualified 4-0 on aggregate, after winning by a lone goal a fortnight ago in Yaounde.

Rwanda have already qualified as hosts, while Egypt received a bye after their opponents, Mauritius withdrew.
The eighth and final spot at the tournament will be decided on 26 November when Burkina Faso will seek to overturn a 1-0 advantage of Reunion.
The tournament takes place in Rwanda from 7-22 January 2011.