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Red Bull Campus Cricket National Final

This year, the Red Bull Campus Cricket Australian Qualifiers will take place at the Australian University Games.

The best Australian university cricket teams will go head-to-head over the five day challenge, battling it out for bragging rights and a spot in the 2017 Red Bull Campus Cricket World Final.

The competition offers an exciting opportunity for all players to showcase their sporting prowess, with the chance to impress on the international stage if they rise to the top of the table. The winning team will face off against nine countries including South Africa, Sri Lanka, the United Arab Emirates, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and England.

T20 is a team sport across a men's competition. Registration requires a minimum squad size of thirteen (13) and a maximum of seventeen (7) players. There must be a minimum of nine (9) players on the field to avoid incurring a forfeit.

T20 is not a qualification sport at the Australian University Games and as such teams do not need to qualify at their regional university games event.

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    Competition Format

    Format will include pool and progression matches. Final competition formats will be decided following the close of entries.

    2017 Competition timetable*:

    • Monday 25 September: TBC
    • Tuesday 26 September: TBC
    • Wednesday 27 September: TBC
    • Thursday 28 September: TBC
    • Friday 29 September: TBC

    *timetable is subject to change, please check back regularly for updates.

  • Venue Map

    Venue Map

    Venue information will be updated early in 2017.


    Transport Information Document

    To be updated closer to the event. 

    Catering Information Document

    To be updated closer to the event.

    Virtual Venue Tour

    To be updated closer to the event.

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  • Duties & Uniform

    Duties & Uniform

    Australian University Sport (AUS) conducts its competitions under the official playing rules and regulations implemented by the national sporting organisation for that sport. However, AUS events are unique and hence there are often variations that are implemented.

    Uniform and duty requirements are addressed in the relevent sport rules.

    The following supplements are available and should be read in conjunction with the relevant sport rule:

    Squad Size Supplement (2016)

    Game Times Summary (2016)


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