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|Caterham Common cricket ground|
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Caterham Common near Caterham, Surrey was used as a cricket venue for 3 first-class matches between 1767 and 1768. It was the home venue of the Caterham Cricket Club, run by Henry Rowett, which was briefly a major cricket team.
- Buckley, pp.46–52.
- Classification of cricket matches from 1697 to 1825
- Buckley, G. B. (1935). Fresh Light on 18th Century Cricket. Cotterell.
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