Senwes Park

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Senwes Park
Ground information
Location Potchefstroom
End names
Cargo Motors End
University End
International information
Only Test 25-27 October 2002: South Africa v Bangladesh
First ODI 20 October 2000: South Africa v New Zealand
Last ODI 25 January 2013: South Africa v New Zealand
Domestic team information
North West ()

Senwes Cricket Stadium is a cricket ground in Potchefstroom, North West Province, South Africa. It has hosted one Test match, in 2002. The Highveld Lions also play some home matches here. It is also home to AFL South Africa, the Australian rules football body responsible for developing the game in that country and the stadium is home to the South African national Australian rules football team, the Lions.

As of 2008, due to a naming rights agreement, the ground was renamed to Senwes Park. It was previously known as Sedgars Park.

See also[edit]

List of Test cricket grounds

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 26°41′44.37″S 27°06′2.78″E / 26.6956583°S 27.1007722°E / -26.6956583; 27.1007722