Cambridge University Cricket Club

(Founded 1820)

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Cambridge University Cricket Club is the original Blues sport, with records dating back to 1820. The historic Fenner’s Cricket Ground has been the home of the CUCC since 1848. Over the years, CUCC has produced many great cricketers, including 21 test captains, 62 test players and noted senior administrators.

Today, CUCC is a club of over 100 students, spread across three men’s and two women’s squads. The Club competes annually against Oxford in the Varsity matches (T20, One-day and 4-day), as well as 8UCS and other historic fixtures.

Women

Cambridge University Cricket Club is the original Blues sport, with records dating back to 1820. The historic Fenner’s Cricket Ground has been the home of the CUCC since 1848. Over the years, CUCC has produced many great cricketers, including 21 test captains, 62 test players and noted senior administrators.

Today, CUCC is a club of over 100 students, spread across three men’s and two women’s squads. The Club competes annually against Oxford in the Varsity matches (T20, One-day and 4-day), as well as 8UCS and other historic fixtures.

Cuppers

Cambridge University Cricket Club is the original Blues sport, with records dating back to 1820. The historic Fenner’s Cricket Ground has been the home of the CUCC since 1848. Over the years, CUCC has produced many great cricketers, including 21 test captains, 62 test players and noted senior administrators.

Today, CUCC is a club of over 100 students, spread across three men’s and two women’s squads. The Club competes annually against Oxford in the Varsity matches (T20, One-day and 4-day), as well as 8UCS and other historic fixtures.

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