The BUCS Men’s Championship Cricket Final will be played at the picturesque Wormsley cricket ground, lovingly created by the late Sir Paul Getty on the Family’s Estate near Stokenchurch, Buckinghamshire.
Ground entry to watch the BUCS Men’s Championship Cricket Final is free for all members of BUCS, NUS and Wormsley Cricket, so come along and watch the brightest emerging cricket talent in the country before they break onto the county and international scene.
Wednesday 20th June 2012
Gates Open: 9.30am
Match Starts: 11.00am
Scheduled Close of Play: 6.30pm
Further information on Wormsley, Tickets and travel can be found on the right of this page, further details of the day will be released shortly.
In last year's final Cambridge championed over Cardiff to lifted the trophy. Here are some of the highlights from the day.
There are some incredibly gifted players developing their game whilst at university, England captain Andrew Strauss honed his talents at Durham University before shining on the international stage. Every year we are lucky enough to have many current or future county players representing their university in the BUCS competition and in the most recent edition of BUCS Life magazine we caught up with one of the brightest young talents in the country. At 21, Zafar Ansari has already won domestic gold with Surrey Cricket Club and delivered match winning performances in their limited over campaigns last season. Click below to read more (page 23).
Did you know that roughly 25% of English qualified county cricketers have been through one of the six university centres of excellence and played in the BUCS competitions?
With the BUCS Cricket season nearing its conclusion we spoke to Essex Cricket captain & wicket-keeper James Foster and spin bowler Tom Craddock about their time playing cricket at university and how the experience has helped them to develop their game.
Last updated: 7th Jun 2012 16:27