2013 CAF Champions League, Africa's premier club football competition - Some 10 teams have advanced to the first round of the 2013 CAF Champions League, Africa's premier club football competition, after scaling the preliminary stage.
Following the return leg, preliminary matches played on Friday and Saturday, Zamalek of Egypt, Tusker of Kenya, Orlando Pirates of South Africa, Mochudi Centre Chiefs of Botswana, JSM Bejaia of Algeria and FUS Rabat of Morocco progressed to the 32-team first round.
Also advancing were Sewe Sports and AFAD Djekanou, both of Cote d'Ivoire, Coton Sport of Cameroon and Enugu Rangers of Nigeria, who walked over Sporting Clube de Principe of Sao Tome and Principe.
More teams are due to reach the first round after Sunday's matches.
Al Ahly of Egypt is the tournament defending champion, and the most successful team in the history of the tournament, having won seven titles so far.
The winner of the tournament picks the ticket to represent Africa at the annual FIFA Club World Cup, contested by the champion clubs from the six continental confederations.
The winner also gets a cash prize of US$1.5 million.
How the 10 teams qualified:
Zamalek (Egypt) 7-0 Gazelle (Chad)
(7-0 (1st leg), 0-0 2nd leg)
St. Michel United (Seychelles) 1-7 Tusker (Kenya)
Orlando Pirates (S/Africa) 9-0 Djabal club (Comoros)
Maxaquene (Mozambique) 0-2 Mochudi Centre Chiefs (Botswana)
Enugu Rangers (Nigeria) WALKOVER Sporting Club de Principe (Sao Tome and Principe)
JSM Bejaia (Algeria) 3-0 Olympic FC (Niger)
FUS Rabat (Morocco) 2-2 (a) Real de Banjul (Gambia)
Horoya FC (Guinea) 0-3 Sewe Sports (Cote d'Ivoire)
AFAD Djekanou (Cote d'Ivoire) 6-2 Diamond Stars (Sierra Leone)
Coton Sport (Cameroon) 0-0 (4-3 penalties) URA (Uganda)