Monday 7 July 2014 

London Set To Host Campus Cricket World Finals

Eight university sides from around the world will compete at Wormsley and the Kia Oval for this year's top prize
Eight university sides from around the world will compete at Wormsley and the Kia Oval for this year's top prize
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London's The Kia Oval will host the final stages of the Red Bull Campus Cricket World Finals 2014 after Wormsley plays host to the group stages.

Eight of the world's top cricketing nations will be represented as university teams compete to win the only global tournament played at this level.

Finals day will be held on 26th July with the top four teams progressing to what promises to be a multi-cultural celebration of the game.

Stuart Broad, who will be taking on India for England this summer, is a big supporter of the tournament.

"Red Bull Campus Cricket provides a great platform for cricketers to compete on a world stage, challenging themselves against the best, with the opportunity to win not only the tournament but perhaps a professional contract," he said.

England will represented by Leeds MCCU after they beat Cardiff in the national final at Loughborough.

The group stages at Wormsley will be held between 21st and 23rd July before the finals day at The Kia Oval.

© Cricket World 2014

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