Stormont (cricket ground)

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Civil Service Cricket Club
Ground information
Location Belfast, Northern Ireland
Establishment 1949
Capacity 7,000
End names
Dundonald End
City End
International information
First ODI 13 June 2006: Ireland v England
Last ODI 8 September 2013 : Ireland v Scotland
Domestic team information
Civil Service North of Ireland (2005)
As of 25 January 2010
Source: CricketArchive

Stormont is a first-class cricket ground in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It is situated in the grounds of the Stormont Estate, the seat of government in Northern Ireland, and is the home of Civil Service North of Ireland Cricket Club.

It is one of three ODI grounds in Ireland (the others being the Clontarf and Malahide in Dublin). The ground was established in 1949 and saw its first ODI in June 2006: the inaugural ODI match for the Irish cricket team, against England. In 2007, a three-match ODI series between India and South Africa was played at this ground, and in 2008 it hosted the qualifying tournament for the ICC World Twenty20.

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Coordinates: 54°35′49″N 5°50′04″W / 54.59694°N 5.83444°W / 54.59694; -5.83444