Kenton Court Meadow
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|As of 2 September 2010
Kenton Court Meadow is a cricket ground in Sunbury-on-Thames, Surrey (formerly Middlesex). First established in 1957, the first recorded match on the ground was in 1967, when Sunbury played South Hampstead.
In 1972, the ground held its first List-A match when Surrey played Gloucestershire in the 1972 John Player League. The following season Surrey played Wsrwickshire in the same competition, and in 1974 the ground held its final List-A match when Surrey played Leicestershire in the 1974 version of the competition.
In local domestic cricket, the venue is the home ground of Sunbury Cricket Club who play in the Surrey Premier League, despite the club being located historically in Middlesex, it is only 50 yards north of Surrey. The cricket pavilion at the ground was opened in 1959 by Sir Leonard Hutton.
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