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Adam Ball attends University of Kent masterclass

Sunday 5th April 2015

Men’s First Team

Kent all-rounder Adam Ball was the special guest at a cricket masterclass to University of Kent students as the summer season draws closer.

The 22-year-old is a graduate of the University and Kent Cricket Academy and returned to the campus sports centre to work on technique and tactics with members of the UKC cricket club.

Ball discussed his winter in Australia playing grade cricket in Queensland and the new season, which starts this week.

The ex-England Under-19 skipper was joined by ex-Kent coach Phil Relf and former Kent bowler Ben Trott, who is now assistant director of sport at the University, which celebrates its 50th birthday this year.

The University is also Kent Cricket's official accommodation partner. Click here to book a room

UKC will take on city rivals Canterbury Christ Church University in the Varsity Match at The Spitfire Ground St Lawrence on Friday 22 May with men and women taking each other on for the pride of the county's student cricketers.

Entry to the game is free.