Refugees among 50 young Londoners heading to the Cricket World Cup

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Refugees among 50 young Londoners heading to the Cricket World Cup

A cricket coach from the capital will take 50 young players to Cardiff this weekend to watch South Africa play Afghanistan in the World Cup. 

For many of those on the trip, it's likely to be an experience of a lifetime. 

Among the group are refugees from Afghanistan who've never seen their country play. It's been organised by Harshil Trivedi and Chevy Green.

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