List of cricket grounds in England and Wales

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Lord's, the "home of cricket"

This is a list of cricket grounds in England and Wales, including both Test and county cricket grounds. The grounds included in this list have held at least one first-class, List A or Twenty20 match. Some of these matches have been Test matches, One Day Internationals and Twenty20 Internationals. Some grounds have also hosted Women's Test cricket, Women's One Day Internationals and Women's Twenty20 Internationals.[1]

Cricket has been played for many centuries in England and Wales. The first definite mention of cricket anywhere in the world is dated c.1550 in Guildford,[2] with the earliest known grounds to hold a major cricket match dating from the mid-1700s and playing host to many historical teams, early county teams and individual XIs.

Grounds are listed here within their historical counties as they existed before 1889. For example, grounds in Cumberland and Westmorland are today within the county of Cumbria, but for archiving purposes are listed as being in Cumberland or Westmorland.

Test grounds[edit]

The Oval played host to the first Test match on English soil in 1880 when England played Australia. To date, 10 grounds have hosted a Test match, the last of which was the Rose Bowl, Hampshire when it hosted a match between England and Sri Lanka in June 2011. All of these grounds (with the exception of Bramall Lane) have also held either Women's Test matches, Women's One Day Internationals and Women's Twenty20 Internationals.

Listed in order of date first used for Test match

Official name (known as) City County side (use span) Capacity First used for Tests Ends (notes) Ref
The Kia Oval
(The Oval)
London Surrey (1846–present) 23,500 6 September 1880 • Pavilion End
• Vauxhall End
(has held ODIs, T20Is, Women's Tests and Women's T20Is)
[3][4]
Emirates Old Trafford
(Old Trafford)
Manchester Lancashire (1868–present) 22,000 10 July 1884 • Stretford End
• Brian Statham End
(has held ODIs, T20Is, Women's Tests and Women's ODIs)
[4][5]
Lord's London Marylebone Cricket Club (1814–present)
Middlesex (1877–present)
28,000 21 July 1884 • Pavilion End
• Nursery End
(has held ODIs, T20Is, Women's ODIs and Women's T20Is)
[4][6]
Trent Bridge Nottingham Nottinghamshire (pre-county club) (1840)
Nottinghamshire (1841–present)
17,500 1 June 1899 • Pavilion End
• Radcliffe Road End
(has held ODIs, T20Is, Women's Tests, Women's ODIs and Women's T20Is)
[4][7]
Headingley Leeds North (1890)
Yorkshire (1891–present)
20,000 29 June 1899 • Kirkstall Lane End
• Football Stand End
(has held ODIs and Women's Tests)
[8]
Edgbaston Birmingham Warwickshire (1894–present) 25,000 29 May 1902 • City End
• Pavilion End
(has held ODIs, T20Is, Women's Tests and Women's ODIs)
[4][9]
Bramall Lane Sheffield Yorkshire (1865 & 1861–1973) 3 July 1902 • Football Ground End
• Pavilion End
[10]
Riverside Ground Chester-le-Street Durham (1995–present) 19,000 5 June 2003 • Finchale End
• Lumley End
(has held ODIs, T20Is and Women's ODIs)
[4][11]
SWALEC Stadium
(Sophia Gardens)
Cardiff Glamorgan (1967–present)
Wales Minor Counties (1988 & 2000–2002)
15,600 8 July 2009 • River Taff End
• Cathedral Road End
(has held ODIs, T20Is and Women's ODIs)
[4][12]
Ageas Bowl
(Rose Bowl)
Southampton Hampshire (2001–present)
Hampshire Cricket Board (2001)
15,000 (25,000 major matches) 16 June 2011 • Pavilion End
• Northern End
(has held ODIs, T20Is, Women's ODIs and Women's T20Is)
[13]

† = Defunct venue

Non-Test grounds[edit]

First-class counties[edit]

The first-class counties are those afforded first-class status. The first-class counties in this section all play in the County Championship, with their matches holding first-class, List A and Twenty20 status. The counties of Durham, Glamorgan, Northamptonshire and Worcestershire have previously played in the Minor Counties Championship, therefore the date of first use on some grounds may not reflect the first first-class or List A match on that ground. Furthermore, the first first-class matches on some grounds have not been played by the county side in which the ground is located, but by other representative teams. Additionally, some grounds have played host to international cricket in the format of One Day Internationals and Twenty20 Internationals. Some grounds have also hosted the Women's equivalent of these formats, as well as Women's Test matches.

Counties and the grounds within listed in alphabetical order

Derbyshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
County Ground Derby Derbyshire (1871–present)
Derbyshire Cricket Board (2000)
9,500 • Grandstand End
• Scoreboard End
(has held ODIs)
[14]
Derby Road Ground Wirksworth Derbyshire (1874) [15]
Miners Welfare Ground Blackwell Derbyshire (1909–1913) [16]
North Road Ground Glossop Derbyshire (1899–1910) [17]
Park Road
(Park Road Ground)
Buxton Derbyshire (1923–1986) [18]
Queen's Park Chesterfield Derbyshire (1898–present) 7,000 • Lake End
• Pavilion End
[19]
Recreation Ground Long Eaton Derbyshire (1887) [20]
Repton School Ground Repton Derbyshire (1988) [21]
Rutland Recreation Ground Ilkeston Derbyshire (1925–1994) • Pavilion End
• Scoreboard End
[22]
Saltergate Chesterfield Derbyshire (1874–1875) [23]
Station Road Darley Dale Derbyshire (1975) [24]
Trent College Cricket Ground Long Eaton Derbyshire (1975–1979) [25]
Town Ground Heanor Derbyshire (1976–1989)
Derbyshire Cricket Board (2000)
• Football Stand End
• Bowling Green End
[26]

Durham[edit]

For Riverside Ground, see Test grounds

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Eastwood Gardens Gateshead Durham (1959–1994)
Durham Cricket Board (1999–2000)
• Pavilion End
• Rugby End
[27]
Feethams Darlington Durham (1895–2000)
Durham Cricket Board (2002–2003)
2,500 • South Terrace End
•  Old Football Ground End
[28]
Green Lane Durham Durham (1899–1989) [29]
Park Drive Hartlepool Durham (1913–1997)
Durham Cricket Board (1999–2000)
• Park Drive End
• Egerton Road End
[30]
Portrack Lane Stockton-on-Tees Yorkshire and Durham (1858)
Yorkshire with Stockton-on-Tees (1861)
[31]
Ropery Lane Chester-le-Street Durham (1903–1994) • Ropery Lane End
• Church End
[32]
Grangefield Road Stockton-on-Tees Durham (1947–2006) • Grangefield Road End
• Askrigg Road End
[33]
The Racecourse Durham Durham (1991–1994)
Durham UCCE (2001–present)
8,500 • City End
• Pavilion End
[34]

Essex[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Castle Park Cricket Ground Colchester Essex (1914–present) 6,000 • Catchpool Road End
• Pavilion End
[35]
Chalkwell Park Westcliff Essex (1970–1976) [36]
County Ground Chelmsford Essex (1925–present)
Essex Cricket Board (2000–2003)
6,000 • River End
• Hayes Close End
(has held ODIs, Women's ODIs and Women's T20Is)
[37]
County Ground
(Metropolitan Police Ground)
Leyton Essex (1894–1977) 8,000 [38]
Garrison A Cricket Ground Colchester Essex (1924–2011) [39]
Garons Park Southend-on-Sea Essex (2005–present)
Unicorns (2012)
[40]
Gidea Park Sports Ground Romford Essex (1950–1968) [41]
Harlow Sportcentre Harlow Essex (1969–1982) [42]
Langton Park Hornchurch Hornchurch Cricket Club (1787–1793)
Essex (pre-county club) (1792)
[43]
Old County Ground Brentwood Essex (1922–1969) [44]
Southchurch Park Southend-on-Sea Essex (1906–2004) 6,000 • Northumberland Crescent End
• Boating Lake End
[45]
The Green Man Navestock RN Newman's XI (1793) [46]
Thames Board Mills Sports Ground
(London Fire Brigade Sports Ground)
Purfleet Essex (1969–1972) [47]
Toby Howe Cricket Ground Billericay Essex Cricket Board (2000) [48]
Valentine's Park Ilford Essex (1923–2002) 6,000 • Pavilion End
• Lake End
(has held a Women's ODI)
[49]
Vista Road Recreation Ground Clacton-on-Sea Essex (1931–1966) [50]

Glamorgan[edit]

For the SWALEC Stadium, see Test grounds

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
BP Oil Refinery Ltd Ground Llandarcy Glamorgan (1971) [51]
Cardiff Arms Park Cardiff Glamorgan (1896–1966) 7,000 • North Stand
• Westgate Street End
[52]
Cowbridge Cricket Ground Cowbridge Glamorgan (1931–1932) [53]
Hoover's Sports Ground Merthyr Tydfil Glamorgan (1988–1989) [54]
Miskin Manor Cricket Club Ground Miskin Manor (has held a Women's ODI) [55]
Parc-y-Dwrlyn Ground Pentyrch Glamorgan (1993) [56]
Pontarddulais Park Pontarddulais Wales Minor Counties (1992–present) [57]
Sully Centurions Cricket Club Ground Sully Wales Minor Counties (2002) [58]
St. Helen's Swansea Glamorgan (1897–present)
Wales Minor Counties (1989–2008)
4,500 • Mumbles Road End
• Pavilion End
(has held ODIs and a Women's ODI)
[59]
Steel Company of Wales Ground Margam Glamorgan (1953–1963) [60]
The Gnoll Neath Glamorgan (1934–1995)
Wales Minor Counties (2000)
6,000 • Llantwit Road End
• Dyfed Road End
[61]
Ynysangharad Park Pontypridd Glamorgan (1926–1999)
Wales Minor Counties (1995–2004)
5,000 • River End
• Nursury End
[62]

Gloucestershire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Archdeacon Meadow Gloucester Gloucester (1993–2011) • Pavilion End
• Squash Club End
[63]
Cirencester Park Cirencester Gloucestershire (1879) [64]
Clifton College Close Ground Clifton Gloucestershire (1871–1932) [65]
College Ground Cheltenham Gloucestershire (1872–present) • Chapel End
• College Lawn End
(has held a Women's ODI)
[66]
County Ground Bristol Gloucestershire (1889–present)
Gloucestershire Cricket Board (2002–2003)
8,000 • Pavilion End
• Ashley Down Road End
(has held ODIs, T20Is and Women's ODIs)
[67]
Dowty Arle Court Cheltenham Gloucestershire (1992) [68]
Durdham Down Clifton Gloucestershire (1870) [69]
East Gloucestershire Cricket Club Ground Cheltenham Gloucestershire (1888–1903) [70]
Erinoid Ground Stroud Gloucestershire (1956–1963) [71]
Greenbank Bristol Gloucestershire (1922–1928) [72]
Hatherley and Reddings Cricket Club Ground Cheltenham Gloucestershire Cricket Board (1999) [73]
Moreton-in-Marsh Cricket Club Ground Moreton-in-Marsh Gloucestershire (1884–1996) [74]
Recreational Trust Ground Lydney Gloucestershire (1963–1975) [75]
Spa Ground Gloucester Gloucestershire (1882–1923) 6,000 • Northumberland Crescent End
• Boating Lake End
[76]
Swilgate Tewkesbury Gloucestershire (1972–1973)
[77]
The Victoria Ground Cheltenham Gloucestershire (1923–1986)
Gloucestershire Cricket Board (2000)
[78]
Wagon Works Ground Gloucester Gloucestershire (1923–1992) [79]

Hampshire[edit]

For the Rose Bowl, see Test grounds. For a full list of grounds that Hampshire County Cricket Club have used as home grounds in first-class, List A or Twenty20 cricket, see List of Hampshire County Cricket Club grounds

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Antelope Ground Southampton Hampshire (pre-county club) (1842–1845)
Hampshire (1864–1884)
[80]
Bramshill Park Bramshill Hampshire (pre-county club) (1823–1826) [81]
Broadhalfpenny Down Hambledon Hampshire (pre-county club) (1772–1781)
Hambledon (1908)
[82]
Cheden Holt Hambledon Hampshire (pre-county club) (1776) [83]
County Ground Southampton Hampshire (1885–2000)
Hampshire Cricket Board (1999)
7,000 • City End
• Northlands Road End
(held ODIs and a Women's ODI)
[84]
Day's (Itchen) Ground Southampton Hampshire (pre-county club) (1848–1850) [85]
Grasmere Road Cove Hampshire Cricket Board (2000) [86]
Green Jackets Ground Winchester Hampshire (1875) [87]
Itchin Stoke Down Alresford Hampshire (pre-county club) (1778–1806) [88]
May's Bounty Basingstoke Hampshire (1906–2010) 2,500 • Town End
• Castlefield End
[89]
Municipal Ground Alton Hampshire (1904) [90]
Officers Club Services Ground Aldershot Hampshire (1905–1948) [91]
The Quarters, Hursley Park Hursley Hampshire Cricket Board (2002) [92]
United Services Recreation Ground Portsmouth Hampshire (1882–2000) • Railway End
• Officer's Club End
[93]
Winchester College Ground Winchester Hampshire (1875) [94]
Windmill Down Hambledon Hampshire (pre-county club) (1782–1792) [95]

Kent[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Angel Ground Tonbridge Kent (1869–1939) [96]
Bat and Ball Ground Gravesend Kent (1849–1971) [97]
Beverley Ground Canterbury Kent (1841–1846) [98]
Bishopsbourne Paddock Bishopsbourne Kent (pre-county club) (1773–1879) [99]
BM Close's Ground Southborough Kent (1867) [100]
Bowman's Lodge Dartford Kent (1806) [101]
Cheriton Road Sports Ground Folkestone Kent (1926–1995)
Kent Cricket Board (2002)
8,000 • North Downs End
• Cheriton Road End
[102]
Chislehurst Common Chislehurst Chislehurst Cricket Club (1738–1740)
Kent (pre-county club) (1741 & 1752)
[103]
Clifton Villa Estate Margate Kent (1864) [104]
Cobham Park Cobham Kent (pre-county club) (1792) [105]
Crabble Athletic Ground Dover Kent (1907–1976) [106]
Crystal Palace Park Crystal Palace Kent (1864 & 1869–1870)
London County Cricket Club (1900–1904)
10,000 [107]
Dandelion Paddock Margate Sir H Mann's XI (1795)
England (1796)
[108]
Dartford Brent Dartford Kent (pre-county club) (1792–1793) [109]
Foxgrove Road Beckenham Kent (1886–1905) [110]
Garrison 1 Cricket Ground Chatham Kent (1926–1927) [111]
Garrison Stadium Gillingham Kent (1937–1972) [112]
Gore Court Sittingbourne (has held a Women's ODI) [113]
Hawkhurst Moor Hawkhurst Kent (1825–1826) [114]
Hensted Park Benenden Kent (1843) [115]
Hesketh Park Dartford Kent (1956–1990) (has held a Women's ODI) [116]
Higher Common Ground Royal Tunbridge Wells Kent (1845–1884) [117]
Midland Bank Sports Ground Beckenham Kent (1970) (has held a Women's ODI) [118]
Mote Park Maidstone Kent (1859–2005)
Kent Cricket Board (1999–2002)
8,500 • Mote Avenue End
• West Park Road End
(has held a Women's ODI)
[119]
Mount Field Faversham Kent (1876) [120]
Napps Wrotham Kent (1815) [121]
Nevill Ground Royal Tunbridge Wells Kent (1901–present) 4,500 • Railway End
• Pavilion End
(has held a ODI and a Women's ODI)
[122]
New Brompton Brompton Kent (1862) [123]
Old County Ground
(Pilch's Ground)
West Malling Kent (1836–1890) [124]
Penenden Heath Maidstone Kent (pre-county club) (1795) [125]
Phillip's Field Bromley Kent (1840) [126]
Preston Hall Ground Aylesford Kent (1846–1847) [127]
Private Banks Sports Ground Catford Bridge Kent (1875–1921) [128]
Rectory Field Blackheath Kent (1887–1972) [129]
Sandgate Hill Ground Sandgate Kent (1862–1863) [130]
School Field Cranbrook Kent (1850–1851) [131]
St Lawrence Ground Canterbury Kent (1847–present)
Kent Cricket Board (1999–2003)
15,000 • Pavilion End
• Nackington Road End
(has held ODIs, Women's Tests and Women's ODIs)
[132]
Star Inn
(Coxheath Common)
Coxheath Kent (pre-county club) (1787–1788) [133]
Swifts Park Cranbrook Kent (1862–1863) [134]
The Kent County Cricket Ground Beckenham Kent (1954–present) 10,000 (has held Women's ODIs) [135]
Vine Cricket Ground
(Sevenoaks Vine)
Sevenoaks Kent (pre-county club) (1773–1786)
Kent (1827–1829)
[136]
White Hart Field Bromley Kent (1841–1842) [137]

Lancashire[edit]

For Old Trafford, see Test grounds

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Ashton Club Ground Ashton-under-Lyne Cambridgeshire/Yorkshire (1865) [138]
Alexandra Meadows Blackburn Lancashire (1932–1935) [139]
Aigburth Liverpool Lancashire (1881–present) 3,000 • Aigburth Road End
• River End
(has held a Women's ODI)
[140]
Botanical Gardens Manchester Manchester Cricket Club (1848–1854)
Lancashire (pre-county club) (1849–1851)
[141]
Broughton Cricket Club Ground Salford North (1856 & 1859–1863)
Gentlemen of the North (1858–1860)
[142]
Castleton Cricket Club Ground Rochdale Lancashire (1876) [143]
Church Road Ground Lytham St Anne's Lancashire (1985–1998) • Church Road End
• Railway End
[144]
Ernest Pass Memorial Ground Barrow-in-Furness Cumberland (1984–present) [145]
GP Codie's Ground Eccles Manchester Cricket Club (1857–1858) [146]
Lune Road Ground Lancaster Lancashire (1914) [147]
Merefield Ground Rochdale North (1860) [148]
Milnrow Road Rochdale North (1876) [149]
Moss Lane Manchester Manchester Cricket Club (1844–1846) [150]
Seedhill Cricket Ground Nelson Lancashire (1925–1938)
Lancashire Cricket Board (2001)
[151]
Stanley Park Blackpool Lancashire (1905–present) 5,000 • Pavilion End
• Nursery End
[152]
Station Road Ground Whalley Lancashire (1867) [153]
Trafalgar Road Ground Southport Lancashire (1959–present) • Harrod Drive End
• Grosvenor Road End
[154]
Walton Lea Road Walton Cheshire (1978–1996) (has held a Women's ODI) [155]
Wavertree Road Ground Liverpool Lancashire (1866) [156]
West Cliff Preston Lancashire (1936–1952) [157]

Leicestershire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Ashby Road Hinckley Leicestershire (1911–1937) [158]
Aylestone Road Leicester Leicestershire (1901–1962) (has held Women's ODIs) [159]
Barker's Ground Leicester North (1836–1846)
Midland Counties (1843)
[160]
Bath Grounds Ashby-de-la-Zouch Leicestershire (1912–1964) [161]
Brush Ground Loughborough Leicestershire (1953–1965) [162]
College Ground Loughborough Leicestershire (1928–1929) [163]
Coventry Road Hinckley Leicestershire (1951–1964) [164]
Egerton Park Melton Mowbray Leicestershire (1946–1948) [165]
Fox and Goose Ground Coalville Leicestershire (1913–1914) [166]
Grace Road Leicester Leicestershire (1894–present) 12,000 • Pavilion End
• Bennett End
(has held ODIs, a Women's Test and Women's ODIs)
[167]
Haslegrave Ground Loughborough (has held Women's ODIs) [168]
Kibworth Cricket Club New Ground Kibworth (has held Women's ODIs) [169]
Kirkby Road Barwell Leicestershire (1946-1947) 1500
[170]
Leicester Ivanhoe Cricket Club Ground Kirby Muxloe (has held Women's ODIs) [171]
Leicester Road Hinckley Leicestershire (1981–1991)
Leicestershire Cricket Board (2001)
(has held a Women's ODI) [172]
Park Road Loughborough Leicestershire (1913–1970) [173]
Ratcliffe College Cossington Leicestershire Cricket Board (2002) [174]
Snibston Colliery Ground Coalville Leicestershire (1957–1982) [175]
Town Ground Coalville Leicestershire (1950) [176]
Tyler's Ground Loughborough North (1875) [177]

Middlesex[edit]

For Lord's, see Test grounds

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Artillery Ground Finsbury England (1773–1777) [178]
Cattle Market Ground Islington Middlesex (1864–1868) [179]
Chiswick Park Chiswick Middlesex (1887) [180]
Civil Service Sports Ground Chiswick Civil Service (1927) (has held a Women's ODI) [181]
Ealing Cricket Club Ground Ealing (has held Women's ODIs) [182]
Indian Gymkhana Cricket Club Ground Osterley (has held a Women's ODI) [183]
John Walker's Ground Southgate Middlesex (pre-county club) (1859)
Middlesex (1991–present)
Middlesex Cricket Board (2000–2002)
• Adelaide End
• Waterfall Road End
[184]
Kenton Court Meadow Sunbury-on-Thames Surrey (1972–1974) [185]
Lensbury Sports Ground Teddington (has held a Women's ODI) [186]
Lillie Bridge West Brompton Middlesex (1871) [187]
Lincoln Road Enfield Middlesex (1982) [188]
Lord's Middle Ground St John's Wood B Aislabie's XI (1811)
Lord F Beauclerk's XI (1812–1813)
[189]
Lord's Nursery Ground St John's Wood Marylebone Cricket Club (1903) [190]
Lord's Old Ground Marylebone Middlesex (pre-county club) (1787–1796)
Marylebone Cricket Club (1789–1798, 1804 & 1807–1809)
[191]
Merchant Taylors' School Ground Northwood Middlesex (2012) [192]
Orleans Club Ground Twickenham Orleans Club (1878–1883) [193]
Prince's Cricket Ground Chelsea Middlesex (1872–1876) [194]
Royal Air Force Sports Ground Uxbridge Combined Services (1964) [195]
Tivoli Road Hornsey Middlesex (1959) [196]
Uxbridge Cricket Club Ground Uxbridge Middlesex (1980–present) 6,000 • Town End
• Chichester Pavilion End
[197]
W Fennex's New Ground Uxbridge Middlesex (pre-county club) (1790) [198]
Wembley Park Wembley Wembley Park Cricket Club (1896) [199]
White Conduit Fields Islington White Conduit Club (1786) [200]

Northamptonshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Baker Perkins Sports Ground Peterborough Northamptonshire (1967–1974) [201]
Brackley Cricket Club Ground Brackley Northamptonshire (1971–1975) [202]
County Ground Northampton Northamptonshire (1895–present)
Northamptonshire Cricket Board (1999–2002)
6,500 • Wantage Road End
• Lynn Wilson End
(has held ODIs)
[203]
Great Oakley Cricket Club Ground Great Oakley (has held a Women's ODI) [204]
Hatton Park Wellingborough United North of England Eleven (1874) [205]
Horton House Cricket Club Ground Horton Northamptonshire (1976–1977) [206]
Manor Fields Bletchley Northamptonshire (1976–1987)
Buckinghamshire (1986 & 1988)
(has held a Women's ODI) [207]
Ideal Clothiers Ground Wellingborough Northamptonshire (1929) [208]
Racecourse Ground Promenade Northampton United North of England Eleven (1872) [209]
Town Ground Kettering Northamptonshire (1923–1973) [210]
Town Ground Peterborough Northamptonshire (1906–1966) [211]
Town Ground Rushden Northamptonshire (1924–1963) [212]
Wellingborough School Wellingborough School Northamptonshire (1946–1991) [213]

Nottinghamshire[edit]

For Trent Bridge, see Test grounds

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Brackenhurst Cricket Ground Southwell Gentlemen of Southwell (1846) [214]
Elm Avenue
(Ransome & Marles Ground)
Newark-on-Trent Nottinghamshire (1966–1978) [215]
Forest New Ground Nottingham Nottingham Cricket Club (1827–1837) [216]
John Player Ground Nottingham Nottinghamshire (1970–1973) (has held Women's ODIs) [217]
Kelham Road Newark-on-Trent Nottinghamshire (1856) [218]
Meadow Road Beeston Gentlemen of the North (1870) [219]
Steetley Company Ground Shireoaks Nottinghamshire (1961) (has held a Women's ODI) [220]
Town Ground, Worksop Worksop Nottinghamshire (1921–1998) [221]
Welbeck Abbey Cricket Ground Welbeck Abbey Nottinghamshire (1901–1904) [222]
West Park West Bridgford Sir J Cahn's XI (1932–1935) [223]

Somerset[edit]

For a full list of grounds that Somerset County Cricket Club have used as home grounds in first-class, List A or Twenty20 cricket, see List of Somerset County Cricket Club grounds

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Agricultural Showgrounds Frome Somerset (1932–1970) [224]
Bath Cricket Club Ground Bath (has held a Women's ODI and Women's T20Is) [225]
Clarence Park Weston-super-Mare Somerset (1914–1996) • Clarence Road North End
• Clarence Road South End
[226]
County Ground Taunton Somerset (1882–present)
Somerset Cricket Board (1999)
6,500 • River End
• Old Pavilion End
(has held ODIs, Women's Tests, Women's ODIs and Women's T20Is)
[227]
Devonshire Park Ground Weston-super-Mare Somerset (1969–1970) [228]
Downside School Stratton-on-the-Fosse Somerset (1934) [229]
Imperial Athletic Ground Bristol Somerset (1957–1979) [230]
Ironmould Lane Bristol Somerset (1969–1970) [231]
Johnson Park Yeovil Somerset (1951–1970) [232]
Knowle Cricket Club Ground Bristol Somerset (1926–1928) [233]
Lansdown Cricket Club Ground Bath Somerset (1884) [234]
Lansdown Cricket Club Ground, Cricket Down Bath West (1844–1845) [235]
Millfield School Street Somerset (1961–1977) [236]
Morlands Athletic Ground Glastonbury Somerset (1952–1978) [237]
North Perrott Cricket Club Ground North Perrott Somerset Cricket Board (2001) [238]
Recreation Ground Bath Somerset (1897–present) 2,000 • Pavilion End
• North Parade End
[239]
Rowdens Road Wells Somerset (1935–1951) [240]
Taunton Vale Sports Club Ground Taunton Somerset (2012) (has held Women's T20I) [241]
West Hendford Yeovil Somerset (1935–1939) [242]
Westlands Sports Ground Yeovil Somerset (1971–1978) [243]

Surrey[edit]

For The Oval, see Test grounds

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Aram's New Ground Walworth Surrey and Middlesex (1797)
Lord F Beauclerk's XI (1802)
[244]
Bank of England Ground Roehampton Oxford University (1967) (has held a Women's ODI) [245]
British Aerospace Company Ground Byfleet Surrey (1970–1979) 5,000 [246]
Broadwater Park Godalming Surrey (1854) [247]
Charterhouse School Godalming Surrey (1972) [248]
Cheam Cricket Club Ground Cheam Surrey Cricket Board (1999–2001) 8,000 [249]
Cheam Road Sutton Surrey (1969) [250]
Decca Sports Ground Tolworth Surrey (1973) [251]
Dorking Cricket Club Ground Dorking (has held a Women's ODI) [252]
Epsom Down Epsom Epsom Cricket Club (1816–1819) [253]
Guildford Bason Merrow Down Surrey (pre-county club) (1774) [254]
Hawker's Sports Ground
(Leyland Motors Ground)
Kingston-upon-Thames Surrey (1946) [255]
Holt Pound Wrecclesham Surrey (pre-county club) (1791–1809) [256]
Honor Oak Cricket Club Ground Dulwich (has held a Women's ODI) [257]
Hurst Park Club Ground East Molesey Hurst Park Club (1890)
Surrey (1983)
[258]
JW Hobbs Ground
(Barclays Bank Ground)
Norbury CI Thornton's XI (1888) [259]
Kew Cricket Club Ground Kew (has held a Women's ODI) [260]
Laleham Burway near Chertsey Surrey (pre-county club) (1773–1779)
Chertsey Cricket Club (1778)
[261]
Metropolitan Police Sports Club Ground East Molesey Surrey (2003) • Football Ground End
• Tennis Grounds End
[262]
Moulsey Hurst West Molesey Surrey (pre-county club) (1788–1806) [263]
Old Deer Park Richmond-upon-Thames Middlesex (2000–present)
Middlesex Cricket Board (2001)
[264]
Reigate Priory Cricket Club Ground Reigate Surrey (1909) [265]
Royal Military Academy Ground near Camberley Army (1938) [266]
Recreation Ground Banstead Surrey (1984) (has held Women's ODIs) [267]
St Ann's Ground Barnes Lyric Club (1890) [268]
St. John's School Leatherhead Surrey (1969–1972) [269]
The Burys Godalming Godalming Cricket Club (1821–1825)
Surrey (pre-county club) (1828–1830)
[270]
Whitgift School Croydon Surrey (2000–present) 5,000 • Nottingham Road End
• Chapel End
[271]
Wimbledon Cricket Club Ground Wimbledon Surrey Cricket Board (1999) [272]
Woodbridge Road Guildford Surrey (1938–present)
Surrey Cricket Board (2001)
4,500 • Railway End
• Pavilion End
(has held Women's Tests and Women's ODIs)
[273]

Sussex[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Arundel Castle Cricket Ground Arundel Sussex (1972–present) • Park End
• Castle End
(has held Women's ODIs)
[274]
Ashford Road Eastbourne Sussex (1867–1873) [275]
Central Recreation Ground Hastings Sussex (1865–1989) (has held a Women's ODI) [276]
County Ground Hove Sussex (1872–present) 4,000 • Cromwell Road End
• Sea End
(has held ODIs, Women's Tests and Women's ODIs)
[277]
Dripping Pan Lewes Sussex (1854–1860) [278]
E Tredcroft's Ground Horsham Sussex (1853–1855) [279]
East Sussex Cricket Ground St Leonards-on-Sea Sussex (1857) [280]
Goodwood Park Goodwood Lord F Beauclerk's XI (1814) [281]
Horntye Park Hastings Sussex (2000–2008)
Sussex Cricket Board (2000–2001)
[282]
Cricketfield Road Ground Horsham Sussex (1908–present)
Sussex Cricket Board (2001)
[283]
Lillywhite's Ground Brighton Sussex (1842) [284]
Lindfield Cricket Club Ground Lindfield (has held a Women's ODI) [285]
Manor Ground Bexhill-on-Sea Earl de la Warr's XI (1896) [286]
Manor Sports Ground Worthing Sussex (1935–1964) [287]
Midhurst Cricket Ground Midhurst Sussex (pre-county club) (1830) [288]
Pagham Cricket Club Ground Pagham Sussex (1976–1979) [289]
Petworth Park Petworth Sussex (pre-county club) (1824–1826) [290]
Petworth Park New Ground Petworth Petworth Cricket Club (1844–1845)
Sussex (1849)
[291]
Prince of Wales Ground Brighton Brighton Cricket Club (1791–1792) [292]
Priory Park Ground Chichester Sussex (1852–1950) [293]
Royal Brunswick Ground Hove Sussex (1848–1871) [294]
Royal New Ground Brighton Brighton Cricket Club (1814)
Sussex (pre-county club) (1815–1838)
Sussex (1839–1847)
[295]
The Saffrons Eastbourne Sussex (1896–2000) 4,500 • Saffrons End
• Meads Road End
(has held a Women's ODI)
[296]
Sheffield Park near Uckfield Lord Sheffield's XI (1881–1896) [297]

Warwickshire[edit]

For Edgbaston Cricket Ground, see Test grounds

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Aston Lower Grounds Birmingham Staffordshire (1897) [298]
Aston Park Birmingham North (1861) [299]
Bulls Head Ground Coventry Warwickshire (1903–1992)
Warwickshire Cricket Board (2001–2002)
[300]
Courtaulds Ground Coventry Warwickshire (1946–1983) [301]
Griff and Coton Ground Nuneaton Warwickshire (1930–1989) [302]
Leamington Cricket Club Ground Leamington Spa Warwickshire (1905–1910) [303]
Mitchells and Butlers' Ground Birmingham Warwickshire (1931–1961) [304]
Morris Motors Ground Coventry Warwickshire (1931–1932) [305]
Nuneaton Cricket Club Ground Nuneaton Warwickshire (1912–1914) [306]
Parr and Wisden's Ground Leamington Spa North (1849–1850) [307]
Rugby School Rugby Warwickshire (2013) [308]
Stratford-upon-Avon Cricket Club Ground Stratford-upon-Avon Warwickshire (1951–2005)
Warwickshire Cricket Board (2000)
(has held Women's ODIs) [309]
The Butts Ground Coventry Warwickshire (1925–1930) [310]

Worcestershire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Amblecote Cricket Ground
(War Memorial Athletic Ground)
Stourbridge Worcestershire (1895–1982) [311]
Bournville Cricket Ground Bournville Worcestershire (1910–1911) [312]
Chain Wire Club Ground Stourport-on-Severn Worcestershire (1980) [313]
Chester Road North Ground Kidderminster Worcestershire (1921–2008)
Worcestershire Cricket Board (2000–2002)
2,000 • Railway End
• Pavilion End
[314]
Evesham Cricket Club Ground Evesham Worcestershire (1952)
[315]
New Road
(County Ground)
Worcester Worcestershire (1897–present) 4,500 • New Road End
• Diglis End
(has held ODIs)
[316]
Seth Somers Park Halesowen Worcestershire (1964) [317]
Tipton Road Dudley Worcestershire (1911–1977) [318]
Worcester Royal Grammar School Ground Worcester Worcestershire (2007) [319]

Yorkshire[edit]

For Headingley Cricket Ground and Bramall Lane, see Test grounds

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Abbeydale Park Sheffield Derbyshire (1946–1947)
Yorkshire (1974–1996)
Yorkshire Cricket Board (1999)
• Water Lane End
• Pavilion End
[320]
Acklam Park Middlesbrough Yorkshire (1956–1996) • Green Lane End
• Rugby Ground End
[321]
Argyle Street Hull Yorkshire (1879) [322]
Army Ground Catterick Garrison Combined Services (1954) [323]
Centre Vale Todmorden United North of England Eleven (1874) [324]
Clifton Park Ground York (has held a Women's ODI) [325]
College Grove Wakefield Yorkshire (1878) [326]
Collingham and Linton Cricket Club Ground Collingham (has held Women's Tests and a Women's ODI) [327]
Darnall New Ground Sheffield Sheffield and Leicester (1826)
Yorkshire-Nottinghamshire-Leicestershire (1828)
Sheffield Cricket Club (1828–1829)
[328]
Dewsbury and Savile Ground Dewsbury Yorkshire (1867–1933) [329]
Fartown Ground
(St John's Ground)
Huddersfield Yorkshire (1873–1982) [330]
Ferham Park Rotherham North (1880) [331]
Great Horton Road Bradford Yorkshire (1863–1874) [332]
Hall Park Ground Leeds Yorkshire (1885) [333]
Hyde Park Ground Sheffield Sheffield Cricket Club (1830–1852)
Yorkshire (pre-county club) (1833–1853)
16,000 [334]
Linthorpe Road West Middlesbrough Yorkshire (1882) [335]
Mount Pleasant Batley T Emmett's XI (1883) [336]
North Marine Road Scarborough Yorkshire (1874–present) 11,500 • Pavilion End
• Trafalgar Square End
(has held ODIs)
[337]
Park Avenue Bradford Yorkshire (1881–1996) (has held a Women's ODI) [338]
Recreation Ground Leeds Yorkshire (1868–1886) [339]
Savile Park Castleford Yorkshire (1967) [340]
Shaw Lane Barnsley Yorkshire (1862–1978) (has held a Women's ODI) [341]
St George's Road Harrogate Yorkshire (1894–1996)
Yorkshire Cricket Board (2000)
8,000 • St Georges Road End
• Pavilion End
(has held a Women's Test and a Women's ODI)
[342]
Swatter's Carr
(Linthorpe Road East)
Middlesbrough Yorkshire (1864–1867) [343]
The Circle Hull Yorkshire (1899–1990) [344]
Thrum Hall Halifax Yorkshire (1888–1897) [345]
Victoria Ground
(Royal Park)
Leeds United North of England Eleven (1872) [346]
Wigginton Road York Yorkshire (1890) [347]
Woodhouse Hill Ground Leeds Yorkshire (1869) [348]

† = Defunct venue

Minor counties[edit]

The Minor Counties are English or Welsh counties not afforded first-class status. Some of these counties have a current representative team in the Minor Counties Championship. The dates of use on some grounds reflects that counties debut in the Minor Counties Championship. Furthermore, some grounds in this section have been used by neighbouring counties that have first-class status for their 'home' matches, as well as other representative teams such as the Minor Counties cricket team. Additionally, some grounds have played host to Women's Test matches, Women's One Day Internationals and Women's Twenty20 Internationals.

Counties and the grounds within listed in alphabetical order

Bedfordshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Bedford School
(Bedford Grammar School Ground)
Bedford Bedfordshire (1895–present) [349]
Goldington Bury Bedford Bedfordshire (1967–2003) [350]
Lancot Park Dunstable Bedfordshire (1994–2009) [351]
Wardown Park Luton Bedfordshire (1906–present), Northamptonshire (1973–2004) • Stockingstone End
• Pavilion End
[352]

Berkshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Church Road Reading Berkshire (1948–1983) [353]
Courages Cricket Ground Reading Berkshire (1973–1986) [354]
Memorial Ground Finchampstead Berkshire (1982–present) • Church End
• Pavilion End
(has held a Women's ODI)
[355]
Oldfield Bray
(Oldfield)
Bray Berkshire (pre-county club) (1792)
Oldfield (1793–1794)
[356]
Sonning Lane Reading Berkshire (1988–2006) (has held a Women's ODI) [357]

Breconshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Christ College Brecon Glamorgan (1993) [358]

Buckinghamshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Amy Lane Chesham Buckinghamshire (1907–1993) [359]
Ascott Park Wing Buckinghamshire (1905–2009) [360]
Campbell Park Milton Keynes Northamptonshire (1997–2011)
Buckinghamshire (1998–2000)
(has held a Women's ODIs) [361]
Chalvey Road Slough Buckinghamshire (1904–1998)
Berkshire (1999)
(has held a Women's ODIs) [362]
Dinton Cricket Club Ground Dinton Buckinghamshire (2001–2002) [363]
London Road High Wycombe Buckinghamshire (1895–present) [364]
Pound Lane Marlow Buckinghamshire (1909–2010) (has held a Women's ODI) [365]
Shardeloes Amersham Buckinghamshire (1968–1997) [366]
Sir Paul Getty's Ground Wormsley Buckinghamshire (1999–2005) (has held a Women's ODIs) [367]
Stowe School Stowe Buckinghamshire (1947–1983)
Northamptonshire (2005)
[368]
Wilton Park Beaconsfield Buckinghamshire (1967–2005) (has held Women's ODIs) [369]

Caernarvonshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
The Oval Llandudno Wales (1925–1928)
Glamorgan (1969)
[370]

Cambridgeshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Chatteris Chatteris Cambridge Town Club (1832)
Chatteris Cricket Ground Chatteris
Cambridgeshire (1967–1971)
[371]
Fenner's Cambridge Cambridge University (1848–present)
Cambridgeshire (1895–2008)
Combined/British Universities (1975–1997)
• Pavilion End
• Gresham Road End
(has held a Women's ODI)
[372]
Parker's Piece Cambridge Cambridge Town Club (1817–1861)
Cambridge Union Club (1827–1833)
Cambridge University (1835–1847)
Cambridgeshire (1861–1914)
[373]
Queens Road Wisbech Cambridgeshire (1867) [374]
R Cotton's Ground Newmarket Cambridgeshire and Yorkshire (1864)
Cambridgeshire (1908–1911)
[375]
Spicer's Sports Ground Sawston Cambridgeshire (1951–1967) [376]
The Avenue Sports Club Ground March Cambridgeshire (1939–present) [377]
University Ground, Barnwell Cambridge Cambridge University (1821–1830) [378]
Wisbech Cricket Club Ground Wisbech Cambridgeshire (1926–present) [379]

Cardiganshire/ Ceredigion[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Vicarage Field Aberystwyth Glamorgan (1977–1989) [380]

Carmarthenshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Stradey Park Cricket Ground Llanelli Carmarthenshire (1908–1911)
Glamorgan (1933–1993)
Wales Minor Counties (1991)
7,500 [381]

Cheshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Booth Park Toft Cheshire (1982–present) [382]
Boughton Hall Cricket Club Ground Chester Cheshire (1910–present) [383]
Ellerman Lines Cricket Ground Hoylake Cheshire (1957–1968) [384]
Macclesfield Cricket Club Ground Macclesfield Cheshire (1920–1984) [385]
Moss Lane Alderley Edge Cheshire (1973–present)
Lancashire (2008)
[386]
Oxton Cricket Club Ground Oxton Cheshire (1895–2004) [387]
Parkgate Cricket Ground Parkgate Cheshire (1935–2008) [388]
South Downs Road Bowdon Cheshire (1910–2001) [389]

Cornwall[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Boscawen Park Truro Cornwall (1968–present) • City End
• Malpas End
[390]
Roskear Camborne Cornwall (1906–present) [391]
Tremorvah Cricket Ground Truro England XI (1899)
Cornwall (1904–1912)
[392]
Wheal Eliza St Austell Cornwall (1982–present) • Bethel End
• City End
[393]

Cumberland[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Edenside Carlisle Cumberland (1955–present) [394]
Fitz Park Keswick Cumberland (1955–2008) [395]
St George's Road Millom Cumberland (1961–2002) [396]

Denbighshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Penrhyn Avenue Rhos-on-Sea Denbighshire (1930–1935)
Wales (1930)
Glamorgan (1966–present)
Wales Minor Counties (1988–2005)
4,500 • Penrhyn Avenue End
• The Embankment End
[397]
Rydal School Colwyn Bay Wales (1929)
Denbighshire (1934)
[398]

Devon[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
County Ground Exeter Devon (1902–present) [399]
Peverell Park Plymouth Devon (1921–1995) [400]
Recreation Ground Torquay Devon (1932–present)
Somerset (1969–1975)
[401]
The Maer Ground Exmouth Devon (1951–present) [402]

Dorset[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Dean Park Cricket Ground Bournemouth Hampshire (1897–1992)
Dorset (1982–present)
6,000 • Town End
• Winton End
[403]
Sherborne School Sherborne Dorset (1902–present) [404]

Flintshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Northop Hall Cricket Club Ground Northop Wales Minor Counties (1992–1995) [405]

Herefordshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Luctonians Cricket Club Ground Kingsland Herefordshire (1998–2006) • Orchard End
• Village End
[406]
Racecourse Ground Hereford Worcestershire (1919–1983)
Herefordshire (1992–1996)
• Pavilion End
• Racecourse End
[407]
Stowe Lane Colwall Herefordshire (1993–present) • Peartree End
• Pavilion End
[408]
The Park Brockhampton Herefordshire (1992–present) • Park End
• Pavilion End
[409]
The Recreation Ground Kington Herefordshire (1996–2008) • School End
• River End
[410]

Hertfordshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Balls Park Hertford Hertfordshire (1901–present) [411]
Brunton Memorial Ground Radlett Hertfordshire (1975–2008) [412]
Clarence Park St Albans Hertfordshire (1895–1997) [413]
Cricket Field Lane Bishop's Stortford Hertfordshire (1895–present) [414]
Digswell Park Welwyn Garden City Hertfordshire (2000–2003) & (2008–present) • Pavilion End
• Rectory End
[415]
Ditchmore Lane Stevenage Hertfordshire (1921–2000) [416]
Denis Compton Oval Shenley Middlesex (2002–2004)
Hertfordshire (1999–2000)
[417]
Hitchin Town Cricket Club Ground
(Lucas Lane)
Hitchin Hertfordshire (1908–1998) [418]
Tring Park Cricket Club Ground Tring Hertfordshire (1959–1999)
Northamptonshire (1974–1991)
Buckinghamshire (2009–present)
[419]
Watford Town Cricket Club Ground Watford Hertfordshire (1976–1991)
Middlesex (1981)
[420]

Huntingdonshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
The Parks Godmanchester Huntingdonshire (2000–2002) [421]

Isle of Wight[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
J Samuel White's Ground Cowes Hampshire (1956–1962) [422]
Victoria Recreation Ground Newport Hampshire (1938–1939) [423]

Lincolnshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Abbey Lawn Bourne Lincolnshire (1955–2006) [424]
Gorse Lane Grantham Lincolnshire (1994–present) [425]
Lindum Sports Club Ground Lincoln Lincolnshire (1907–2007) [426]
London Road Sleaford Lincolnshire (1912–present) [427]
Richmond Drive Skegness Lincolnshire (1907–1936) [428]
Rose Brothers Ground Gainsborough Lincolnshire (1927–1961) [429]
Scunthorpe and Appleby Frodingham Works Cricket Club Ground Scunthorpe Lincolnshire (1925–1987) [430]
Sports Ground Cleethorpes Lincolnshire (1969–present)
Nottinghamshire (1980–2004)
• Daggett Road End
• Chichester Road End
[431]
The Sports Pavilion Louth England Women (2013) Women's ODI [432]

Monmouthshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Pen-y-Pound Abergavenny Monmouthshire (1910–1922)
Glamorgan (1981–2007)
Wales Minor Counties (2001–present)
• Hill Road End
• Avenue Road End
[433]
Rodney Parade Newport Monmouthshire (1897–1934)
Glamorgan (1935–1990)
[434]

Norfolk[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
County Ground Norwich Norfolk (1895–2000) [435]
Manor Park Horsford Norfolk (1986–present) [436]
New Ground Norwich Norfolk (1834–1836) [437]
Old Buckenham Hall Attleborough L Robinson's XI (1912–1921) [438]
Racecourse Ground Swaffham Earl of Winchilsea's XI (1897) [439]

Northumberland[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Osborne Avenue Jesmond Northumberland (1897–present) • Osborne Avenue End
• Cemetery End
[440]

Oxfordshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Banbury Cricket Club Ground Bodicote Oxfordshire (1997–present) [441]
Bullingdon Green Oxford Oxford University (1843) [442]
Butt's Way Aston Rowant Oxfordshire (1987–2007) [443]
Christ Church Ground Oxford Oxford University (1878–1961)
Oxfordshire (1895–2002)
(has held a Women's ODI) [444]
Magdalen Ground Oxford Oxford University (1829–1912) [445]
Morris Motors Sports Ground Cowley Oxfordshire (1954–1991) [446]
New College Ground Oxford Oxfordshire (1896–1939)
Oxford University (1906–1907)
[447]
University Parks Oxford Oxford University (1881–present)
Oxfordshire (2000)
Combined Universities/British Universities (1975–1998)
• Pavilion End
• Norham Gardens End
[448]
Vicarage Hill East Challow Oxfordshire (1993–present) [449]

Pembrokeshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Cresselly Cricket Club Ground Cresselly Glamorgan (2007) • Pavilion End
• School End
[450]
Lamphey Cricket Club Ground Lamphey Wales Minor Counties (2002–2004) [451]

Rutland[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Oakham School Ground Oakham Leicestershire (1935–2008) [452]
The Park Burley-on-the-Hill England (1790–1793)
Old Etonians (1791)
Earl of Winchilsea's XI (1792–1793)
[453]

Shropshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Heath Road Whitchurch Shropshire (1999–present) [454]
London Road Shrewsbury Shropshire (1957–present) [455]
Morda Road Oswestry Shropshire (1964–present) [456]
Orleton Park Wellington Shropshire (1965–2002) [457]
Shrewsbury Road Shifnal Shropshire (1987–present) • Town End
• Bowling Green End
[458]
St George's Cricket Ground Telford Shropshire (1957–2001) [459]

Staffordshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Bass Worthington Ground Burton-on-Trent Derbyshire (1975–1976)
Staffordshire (1975–1986)
[460]
Burton-on-Trent Cricket Ground Burton-on-Trent North (1840–1841) [461]
County Ground Stoke-on-Trent Staffordshire XI (1890)
Staffordshire (1895–1936)
[462]
Deer Park Dunstall Staffordshire (1998)
Derbyshire Cricket Board (1999)
[463]
Gorway Ground Walsall Staffordshire (1912–2007) [464]
Haden Hill Park Haden Hill Staffordshire (1923–1996) [465]
Highfield Leek Staffordshire (1920–present) [466]
Himley Cricket Club Ground Himley Worcestershire (2007) 2,000 [467]
Ind Coope Ground Burton-on-Trent Derbyshire (1938–1980)
Staffordshire (1987–1991)
[468]
Lichfield Road Stone Staffordshire (1848–present) [469]
Longton Cricket Club Ground Stoke-on-Trent Staffordshire (1954–present) [470]
Meir Heath Cricket Club Stoke-on-Trent Staffordshire (1991–1993) (has held a Women's ODI) [471]
Michelin Ground Stoke-on-Trent Staffordshire (1928–1951) [472]
Oldfields Ground Uttoxeter Staffordshire (1905–1970) [473]
Porthill Park Wolstanton Staffordshire (1920–2004) [474]
Tean Road Sports Ground Cheadle Staffordshire (1969–1973)
Derbyshire (1987)
[475]
The Town Ground Burton-on-Trent Derbyshire (1914–1937) [476]
Uttoxeter Road Checkley Derbyshire (1991–1993) [477]
Victora and Knypersley Social Welfare Centre Knypersley Staffordshire (1946–present)
Derbyshire (1985–1990)
[478]
Wolverhampton Cricket Club Ground Wolverhampton Staffordshire (1900–1995) (has held a Women's ODI) [479]

Suffolk[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Cemetry Road Bury St Edmunds Suffolk (pre-county club) (1830–1847)
Suffolk (1904–1914)
[480]
Ipswich School Ground Ipswich Suffolk (1935–present) [481]
Old London Road Copdock Suffolk (1992–2006) [482]
Ransomes and Reavell Sports Club Ground Ipswich Suffolk (1972–present) [483]
Victory Ground Bury St Edmunds Suffolk (1935–present) [484]
Wamil Way Mildenhall Suffolk (1977–present) [485]

Westmorland[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
Netherfield Cricket Club Ground Kendal Cumberland (1956–present) [486]

Wiltshire[edit]

Official name (known as) City or town County side/use span Capacity Ends/notes Ref
County Ground Swindon Wiltshire (1897–2002)
Gloucestershire (1970–1992)
[487]
Hardenhuish Park Chippenham Wiltshire (1902–2003) [488]
Perriam Downs Ludgershall TA Smith's XI (1787)
Hampshire (pre-county club) (1788–1792)
Hampshire and Surrey (1790)
[489]
Salisbury and South Wiltshire Sports Club Salisbury Wiltshire (1905–present) [490]
Trowbridge Cricket Club Ground Trowbridge Wiltshire (1895–present)
Gloucestershire (1989)
• Palmer Road End
• Hospital End
[491]
Wellhead Lane Westbury Wiltshire (1912–2006) [492]
WH Laverton's Ground Westbury WH Laverton's XI (1890) [493]

† = Defunct venue

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ICC Classification of Official Cricket". International Cricket Council (ICC). Retrieved 12 September 2010. 
  2. ^ H S Altham, A History of Cricket, Volume 1 (to 1914), George Allen & Unwin, 1962
  3. ^ The Oval, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 August 2011.
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  5. ^ Old Trafford, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 August 2011.
  6. ^ Lord's, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  7. ^ Trent Bridge, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 August 2011.
  8. ^ Headingley, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 August 2011.
  9. ^ Edgbaston, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 August 2011.
  10. ^ Bramall Lane, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  11. ^ Riverside Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 August 2011.
  12. ^ SWALEC Stadium, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  13. ^ Rose Bowl, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 August 2011.
  14. ^ County Ground, Derby, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 28 July 2010.
  15. ^ Derby Road Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 28 July 2010.
  16. ^ Miners Welfare Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 28 July 2010.
  17. ^ North Road Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 28 July 2010.
  18. ^ Park Road, Buxton, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 28 July 2010.
  19. ^ Queen's Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 28 July 2010.
  20. ^ Recreation Ground, Long Eaton, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 28 July 2010.
  21. ^ Repton School Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 28 July 2010.
  22. ^ Rutland Recreation Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 28 July 2010.
  23. ^ Saltergate, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 28 July 2010.
  24. ^ Station Road, Darley Dale, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 28 July 2010.
  25. ^ Trent College Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 28 July 2010.
  26. ^ Town Ground, Heanor, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 28 July 2010.
  27. ^ Eastwood Gardens, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  28. ^ Feethams, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  29. ^ Green Lane, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  30. ^ Park Drive, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  31. ^ Portrack Lane, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  32. ^ Ropery Lane, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  33. ^ Stockton Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  34. ^ The Racecourse, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  35. ^ Castle Park Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  36. ^ Chalkwell Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  37. ^ County Ground, Chelmsford, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  38. ^ County Ground, Leyton, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  39. ^ Garrison A Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  40. ^ Garons Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  41. ^ Gidea Park Sports Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  42. ^ Harlow Sportcentre, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  43. ^ Langton Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  44. ^ Old County Ground, Brentwood, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  45. ^ Southchurch Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  46. ^ The Green Man, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  47. ^ Thames Board Mills Sports Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  48. ^ Toby Howe Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  49. ^ Valentine's Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  50. ^ Vista Road Recreation Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  51. ^ BP Oil Refinery Ltd Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  52. ^ Cardiff Arms Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  53. ^ Cowbridge Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  54. ^ Hoover's Sports Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  55. ^ Miskin Manor Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  56. ^ Parc-y-Dwrlyn Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 28 July 2010.
  57. ^ Pontarddulais Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  58. ^ Sully Centurions Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  59. ^ St Helen's, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  60. ^ Station Road, Darley Dale, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  61. ^ The Gnoll, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  62. ^ Ynysangharad Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  63. ^ Archdeacon Meadow, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  64. ^ Cirencester Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  65. ^ Clifton College Close Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  66. ^ College Ground, Cheltenham, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  67. ^ County Ground, Bristol, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  68. ^ Dowty Arle Court, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  69. ^ Durdham Down, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  70. ^ East Gloucestershire Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  71. ^ Erinoid Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  72. ^ Greenbank, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  73. ^ Hatherley and Reddings Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 9 November 2011.
  74. ^ Moreton-in-Marsh Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  75. ^ Recreational Trust Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  76. ^ Spa Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  77. ^ Swilgate, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  78. ^ The Victoria Ground, Cheltenham, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  79. ^ Wagon Works Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  80. ^ Antelope Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  81. ^ Bramshill Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  82. ^ Broadhalfpenny Down, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  83. ^ Cheden Holt, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  84. ^ County Ground, Southampton, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  85. ^ Day's (Itchen) Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  86. ^ Grasmere Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  87. ^ Green Jackets Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  88. ^ Itchin Stoke Down Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  89. ^ May's Bounty, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  90. ^ Municipal Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  91. ^ Officers Club Services Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  92. ^ The Quarters, Hursley Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  93. ^ United Services Recreation Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  94. ^ Winchester College Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  95. ^ Windmill Down, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  96. ^ Angel Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  97. ^ Bat and Ball Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  98. ^ Beverley Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  99. ^ Bishopsbourne Paddock, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  100. ^ BM Close's Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  101. ^ Bowman's Lodge, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  102. ^ Cheriton Road Sports Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  103. ^ Chislehurst Common, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  104. ^ Clifton Villa Estate, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  105. ^ Cobham Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  106. ^ Crabble Athletic Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  107. ^ Crystal Palace Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  108. ^ Dandelion Paddock, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  109. ^ Dartford Brent, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  110. ^ Foxgrove Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  111. ^ Garrison 1 Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  112. ^ Garrison Stadium, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  113. ^ Gore Court, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  114. ^ Hawkhurst Moor, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  115. ^ Hensted Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  116. ^ Hesketh Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  117. ^ Higher Common Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  118. ^ Midland Bank Sports Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  119. ^ Mote Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  120. ^ Mount Field, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  121. ^ Napps, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  122. ^ Nevill Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  123. ^ New Brompton Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  124. ^ Old County Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  125. ^ Penenden Heath, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  126. ^ Phillip's Field, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  127. ^ Preston Hall Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  128. ^ Private Banks Sports Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  129. ^ Rectory Field, Blackheath, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  130. ^ Sandgate Hill Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  131. ^ School Field, Cranbrook, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  132. ^ St Lawrence Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  133. ^ Star Inn, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  134. ^ Swifts Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  135. ^ The Kent County Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  136. ^ Vine Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  137. ^ White Hart Field, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  138. ^ Ashton Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  139. ^ Alexandra Meadows, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  140. ^ Aigburth, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  141. ^ Botanical Gardens, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  142. ^ Broughton Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  143. ^ Castleton Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  144. ^ Church Road Ground, Lytham St Anne's, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  145. ^ Ernest Pass Memorial Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  146. ^ GP Codie's Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  147. ^ Lune Road Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  148. ^ Merefield Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  149. ^ Milnrow Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  150. ^ Moss Lane, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  151. ^ Seedhill Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  152. ^ Stanley Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 7 August 2010.
  153. ^ Station Road Ground, Whalley, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  154. ^ Trafalgar Road Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  155. ^ Walton Lea Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  156. ^ Wavertree Road Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  157. ^ West Cliff, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  158. ^ Ashby Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  159. ^ Aylestone Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  160. ^ Barker's Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  161. ^ Bath Grounds, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  162. ^ Brush Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  163. ^ College Ground, Loughborough, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  164. ^ Coventry Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  165. ^ Egerton Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  166. ^ Fox and Goose Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  167. ^ Grace Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  168. ^ Haslegrave Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  169. ^ Kibworth Cricket Club New Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  170. ^ Kirkby Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  171. ^ Leicester Ivanhoe Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  172. ^ Leicester Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  173. ^ Park Road, Loughborough, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  174. ^ Ratcliffe College, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  175. ^ Snibston Colliery Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  176. ^ Town Ground, Coalville, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  177. ^ Tyler's Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  178. ^ Artillery Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  179. ^ Cattle Market Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  180. ^ Chiswick Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  181. ^ Civil Service Sports Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  182. ^ Ealing Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  183. ^ Indian Gymkhana Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  184. ^ John Walker's Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  185. ^ Kenton Court Meadow, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  186. ^ Lensbury Sports Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  187. ^ Lillie Bridge, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  188. ^ Lincoln Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  189. ^ Lord's Middle Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  190. ^ Lord's Nursery Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  191. ^ Lord's Old Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  192. ^ Merchant Taylors' School Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 18 May 2011.
  193. ^ Orleans Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  194. ^ Prince's Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  195. ^ Royal Air Force Sports Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  196. ^ Tivoli Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  197. ^ Uxbridge Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  198. ^ W Fennex's New Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  199. ^ Wembley Park Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  200. ^ White Conduit Fields, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  201. ^ Baker Perkins Sports Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  202. ^ Brackley Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  203. ^ County Ground, Northampton, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  204. ^ Great Oakley Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  205. ^ Hatton Park Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  206. ^ Horton House Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  207. ^ Manor Fields, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  208. ^ Ideal Clothiers Ground, Wellingborough, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  209. ^ Racecourse Ground Promenade, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  210. ^ Town Ground, Kettering, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  211. ^ Town Ground, Peterborough, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  212. ^ Town Ground, Rushden, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  213. ^ Wellingborough School, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  214. ^ Brackenhurst Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  215. ^ Elm Avenue, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  216. ^ Forest New Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  217. ^ John Player Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  218. ^ Kelham Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  219. ^ Meadow Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  220. ^ Steetley Company Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  221. ^ Town Ground, Worksop, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  222. ^ Welbeck Abbey Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  223. ^ West Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  224. ^ Agricultural Showgrounds, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  225. ^ Bath Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  226. ^ Clarence Park, Weston-super-Mare, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  227. ^ County Ground, Taunton, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  228. ^ Devonshire Park Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  229. ^ Downside School, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  230. ^ Imperial Athletic Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  231. ^ Ironmould Lane, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  232. ^ Johnson Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  233. ^ Knowle Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  234. ^ Lansdown Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  235. ^ Lansdown Cricket Club Ground, Cricket Down, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  236. ^ Millfield School, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  237. ^ Morlands Athletic Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  238. ^ North Perrott Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  239. ^ Recreation Ground, Bath, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  240. ^ Rowden Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  241. ^ Taunton Vale Sports Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 August 2011.
  242. ^ West Hendford, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  243. ^ Westlands Sports Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  244. ^ Aram's New Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  245. ^ Bank of England Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  246. ^ British Aerospace Company Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  247. ^ Broadwater Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  248. ^ Charterhouse School, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  249. ^ Cheam Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  250. ^ Cheam Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  251. ^ Decca Sports Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  252. ^ Dorking Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  253. ^ Epsom Down, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  254. ^ Guildford Bason, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  255. ^ Hawker's Sports Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  256. ^ Holt Pound, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  257. ^ Honor Oak Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  258. ^ Hurst Park Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  259. ^ JW Hobbs Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  260. ^ Kew Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  261. ^ Laleham Burway, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  262. ^ Metropolitan Police Sports Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  263. ^ Moulsey Hurst, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  264. ^ Old Deer Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  265. ^ Reigate Priory Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  266. ^ Royal Military Academy Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  267. ^ Recreation Ground, Banstead, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  268. ^ St Ann's Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  269. ^ St John's School, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  270. ^ The Burys, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  271. ^ Whitgift School, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  272. ^ Wimbledon Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  273. ^ Woodbridge Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 3 August 2010.
  274. ^ Arundel Castle Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  275. ^ Ashford Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  276. ^ Central Recreation Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  277. ^ County Ground, Hove, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  278. ^ The Dripping Pan, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  279. ^ E Tredcroft's Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  280. ^ East Sussex Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  281. ^ Goodwood Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  282. ^ Horntye Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  283. ^ Cricket Field Road Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  284. ^ Lillywhite's Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  285. ^ Lindfield Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  286. ^ Manor Ground, Bexhill-on-Sea, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  287. ^ Manor Sports Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  288. ^ Midhurst Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  289. ^ Pagham Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  290. ^ Petworth Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  291. ^ Petworth Park New Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  292. ^ Prince of Wales Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  293. ^ Priory Park Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  294. ^ Royal Brunswick Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  295. ^ Royal New Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  296. ^ The Saffrons, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  297. ^ Sheffield Park, Uckfield, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  298. ^ Aston Lower Grounds, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  299. ^ Aston Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  300. ^ Bulls Head Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  301. ^ Courtaulds Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  302. ^ Griff and Coton Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  303. ^ Leamington Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  304. ^ Mitchells and Butlers' Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  305. ^ Morris Motors Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  306. ^ Nuneaton Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  307. ^ Parr and Wisden's Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  308. ^ Rugby School Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 July 2013.
  309. ^ Stratford-upon-Avon Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  310. ^ The Butts Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 August 2010.
  311. ^ Amblecote Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  312. ^ Bournville Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  313. ^ Chain Wire Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  314. ^ Chester Road North, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  315. ^ Evesham Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 October 2010.
  316. ^ New Road, Worcester, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  317. ^ Seth Somers Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  318. ^ Tipton Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  319. ^ RGS Worcester, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  320. ^ Abbeydale Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  321. ^ Acklam Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  322. ^ Argyle Street, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  323. ^ Army Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  324. ^ Centre Vale, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  325. ^ Clifton Park Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  326. ^ College Grove, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  327. ^ Collingham and Linton Cricket Club, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  328. ^ Darnall New Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  329. ^ Dewsbury and Savile Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  330. ^ Fartown Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  331. ^ Ferham Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  332. ^ Great Horton Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  333. ^ Hall Park Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  334. ^ Hyde Park Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  335. ^ Linthorpe Road West, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  336. ^ Mount Pleasant, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  337. ^ North Marine Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  338. ^ Park Avenue, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  339. ^ Recreation Ground, Holbeck, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  340. ^ Savile Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  341. ^ Shaw Lane, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  342. ^ St George's Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  343. ^ Swatter's Carr, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  344. ^ The Circle, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  345. ^ Thrum Hall, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  346. ^ Victoria Ground, Leeds, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  347. ^ Wigginton Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  348. ^ Woodhouse Hill Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  349. ^ Bedford School, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  350. ^ Goldington Bury, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  351. ^ Lancot Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  352. ^ Wardown Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  353. ^ Church Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  354. ^ Courages Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  355. ^ Memorial Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  356. ^ Old Field, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  357. ^ Sonning Lane, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  358. ^ Christ College, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  359. ^ Amy Lane, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  360. ^ Ascott Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  361. ^ Campbell Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  362. ^ Chalvey Road Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  363. ^ Dinton Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  364. ^ London Road, High Wycombe, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  365. ^ Pound Lane, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  366. ^ Shardeloes, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  367. ^ Sir Paul Getty's Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  368. ^ Stowe School, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  369. ^ Wilton Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  370. ^ Llandudno Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  371. ^ Chatteris Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  372. ^ Fenner's, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  373. ^ Parker's Piece, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  374. ^ Queen's Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  375. ^ R Cotton's Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  376. ^ Spicer's Sports Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  377. ^ The Avenue Sports Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  378. ^ University Ground, Barnwell, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  379. ^ Wisbech Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  380. ^ Vicarage Field, Aberystwyth, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  381. ^ Stradey Park Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  382. ^ Booth Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  383. ^ Boughton Hall Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  384. ^ Boughton Hall Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  385. ^ Macclesfield Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  386. ^ Moss Lane, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  387. ^ Oxton Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  388. ^ Parkgate, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  389. ^ South Downs Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  390. ^ Boscawen Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  391. ^ Roskear, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  392. ^ Tremorvah Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 2 September 2012.
  393. ^ Wheal Eliza, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  394. ^ Edenside, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 27 July 2010.
  395. ^ Fitz Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 27 July 2010.
  396. ^ St Georges Road, Millom, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 27 July 2010.
  397. ^ Penrhyn Avenue, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  398. ^ Rydal School, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  399. ^ County Ground, Exeter, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 27 July 2010.
  400. ^ Peverell Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 27 July 2010.
  401. ^ Recreation Ground, Torquay, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 27 July 2010.
  402. ^ The Maer, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 27 July 2010.
  403. ^ Dean Park Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  404. ^ Sherborne School, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  405. ^ Northop Hall Cricket Club Ground Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  406. ^ Luctonians Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  407. ^ Racecourse Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  408. ^ Stowe Lane, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  409. ^ The Park, Brockhampton, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  410. ^ The Recreation Ground, Kington, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  411. ^ Balls Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  412. ^ Brunton Memorial Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  413. ^ Clarence Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  414. ^ Cricket Field Lane, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  415. ^ Digswell Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  416. ^ Ditchmore Lane, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  417. ^ Denis Compton Oval, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  418. ^ Hitchin Town Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  419. ^ Tring Park Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  420. ^ Watford Town Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 25 July 2010.
  421. ^ The Parks, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  422. ^ J Samuel White's Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  423. ^ Victoria Recreation Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 4 August 2010.
  424. ^ Abbey Lawn, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  425. ^ Gorse Lane, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  426. ^ Lindum Sports Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  427. ^ London Road, Sleaford, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  428. ^ Richmond Drive, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  429. ^ Rose Brothers Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  430. ^ Scunthorpe and Appleby Frodingham Works Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  431. ^ Sports Ground, Cleethorpes, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  432. ^ London Road, Louth, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 April 2014.
  433. ^ Pen-y-Pound, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  434. ^ Rodney Parade, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  435. ^ County Ground, Lakenham, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  436. ^ Manor Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  437. ^ New Ground, Norwich, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  438. ^ Old Buckenham Hall Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  439. ^ Racecourse Ground, Swaffham, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 1 August 2010.
  440. ^ Osborne Avenue, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 24 July 2010.
  441. ^ Banbury Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  442. ^ Bullingdon Green, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  443. ^ Butt's Way, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  444. ^ Christ Church Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  445. ^ Magdalen Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  446. ^ Morris Motors Sports Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  447. ^ New College Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  448. ^ University Parks, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  449. ^ Vicarage Hill, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  450. ^ Cresselly Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  451. ^ Lamphey Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 6 August 2010.
  452. ^ Oakham School Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  453. ^ The Park, Burley-on-the-Hill, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  454. ^ Heath Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  455. ^ London Road, Shrewsbury, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  456. ^ Morda Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  457. ^ Orleton Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  458. ^ Shrewsbury Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  459. ^ St George's Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  460. ^ Bass Worthington Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  461. ^ Burton-on-Trent Cricket Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  462. ^ County Ground, Stoke-on-Trent Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  463. ^ Deer Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  464. ^ Gorway Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  465. ^ Haden Hill Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  466. ^ Highfield, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  467. ^ Himley Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  468. ^ Ind Coope Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  469. ^ Lichfield Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  470. ^ Longton Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  471. ^ Meir Heath Cricket Club, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  472. ^ Michelin Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  473. ^ Oldfields Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  474. ^ Porthill Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  475. ^ Tean Road Sports Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  476. ^ The Town Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  477. ^ Uttoxeter Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  478. ^ Victora and Knypersley Social Welfare Centre, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  479. ^ Wolverhampton Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  480. ^ Cemetry Road, Bury St Edmunds, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  481. ^ Ipswich School Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  482. ^ Old London Road, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  483. ^ Ransomes and Reavell Sports Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  484. ^ Victory Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  485. ^ Wamil Way, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  486. ^ Netherfield Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 28 July 2010.
  487. ^ County Ground, Swindon, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  488. ^ Hardenhuish Park, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  489. ^ Perriam Downs, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  490. ^ Salisbury and South Wiltshire Sports Club, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  491. ^ Trowbridge Cricket Club Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  492. ^ Wellhead Lane, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.
  493. ^ WH Laverton's Ground, CricketArchive.com  Retrieved on 31 July 2010.

External links[edit]

Further reading[edit]

  • H S Altham, A History of Cricket, Volume 1 (to 1914), George Allen & Unwin, 1962
  • Chris Arnot, Britain's Lost Cricket Grounds: The Hallowed Homes of Cricket That Will Never See Another Ball Bowled, Aurum, 2011
  • Derek Birley, A Social History of English Cricket, Aurum, 1999
  • Rowland Bowen, Cricket: A History of its Growth and Development, Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1970
  • Wisden Cricketers Almanack (annual): various editions