University of Cambridge - Batsmen mean business

January 14, 2010

Cricketers from the University of Cambridge flew to India last week for their first tour of the country. The trip was arranged to coincide with a visit by Alison Richard, the vice-chancellor, who led a delegation to India to strengthen the university's links with the country. The 14-strong Cambridge University Cricket Club was set to play two matches in Delhi and four in Mumbai on its ten-day tour, with Professor Richard due to attend two games. The team were to play at three of the most prestigious grounds in the country - the Bombay Gymkhana, the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai and the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi.

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