Anglesea Road

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Anglesea Road Cricket Ground
Location Dublin, Ireland
Establishment 1931 (first recorded match)
As of 12 August 2010
Source: Ground profile
Anglesea Road in Ballsbridge
The River Dodder flows by Anglesea Road

Anglesea Road is a road joining Donnybrook with Ballsbridge, in Dublin, Ireland. It forms part of the R108 regional route in Southeast Dublin.

It is the location of Anglesea Road cricket ground. The first recorded match on the ground was in 1971, when South Leinster played Ulster Country.[1] The ground has hosted a single List-A match which saw Papua New Guinea play the United States.[2]

The ground has also hosted Women's One Day Internationals, one of which came in 2004 and saw Ireland women play New Zealand women.[3]

In local domestic cricket, the ground is the home of Merrion Cricket Club who play in the Leinster League Division Two.[4]

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Coordinates: 53°19′26.67″N 6°13′56.31″W / 53.3240750°N 6.2323083°W / 53.3240750; -6.2323083