County Cricket Ground

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Ashley Down - County Cricket Ground
... Down, which became and remained the home of Gloucestershire County Cricket Club ... The ground has a capacity of 8,000 ... announced plans to redevelop the ground into a 20,000 capacity stadium ...
Monty Panesar - Statistics - Career Best Domestic Performances
... Figures Fixture Venue Season FC 46* Sussex v Middlesex County Cricket Ground, Hove 2010 7-60 Sussex v Somerset County Ground, Taunton 2012 LA 17 ...
Cricket 07 - Venues
... Several international venues are available, including the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia or Lord's in England ... Oval (Tasmanian Tigers), Hobart Melbourne Cricket Ground (Victorian Bushrangers), Melbourne WACA Ground (Western Warriors), Perth Sydney Cricket Ground (New South Wales Blues), Sydney ...
County Cricket Ground, Beckenham
... The Kent County Cricket Ground (previously known as the Lloyd's TSB Sports and Social Club Ground and also occasionally known as the New County Ground) is a cricket ground in Beckenham ... Although the ground was first used by the Kent 1st XI in 1954 – when it hosted a County Championship match against Gloucestershire – it has since only hosted one Championship match and ... It is in this competition that the ground usually hosts two games per season ...

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