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2018 Results Summary

The season ended this week with a welcome win for the Crusaders at Fenner’s and a loss for CUCC at The University Parks.  Both matches provided the usual intrigue found in the longer games.

CUWCC ended their season at Lord’s with a loss alongside their male colleagues and the Cambridge MCCU Women finished second in their BUCS league; results can be found here on cucc.net and further details can be found on the British Universities & College Sport website: https://www.bucs.org.uk/bucscore/TeamProfile.aspx?id=4670&sport=Cricket&institution=University%20of%20Cambridge

The MCCU men finished their season in South Wales with a win and their results can be found here on cucc.net and on the MCC website: https://www.lords.org/mcc/youth-cricket/mcc-universities/

Match results are contained in the match reports on this website, together with match reports where the captains have arranged them.  Full scorecards are provided where we have accredited scores.  Scorecards can also be found on Cricket Archive.  Volunteers will be working over the rest of the Summer to create full scorecards for this website and Cricket Archive.  At the same time we are filling gaps in historical scorecards going back to the 1800s.

Every year we provide more information on fixtures and results through live scores and results and our match-day scorecards.  Next year we will be doing even more.  Thank you for the thoughtful and touching feedback we have received this year which encourages us to keep striving to do more.  A special than you to the many followers and members for the photos and past records that we have used to improve information on CUCC.

Finally, we are keen to keep receiving information of Cuppers finals results for this website on the Cuppers page.  There are no coherent, systematic sources of this information and we have been piecing them together from college archives and evidence from past players.  We would welcome any information and evidence on past finals results to help build our records: generally, college newsletters are the best sources.

 

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