Bankstown Oval

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Bankstown Oval
Ground information
End names
Northern End
Southern End
International information
First women's Test22 February 2003:
 Australia v  England
Last women's Test22 February 2011:
 Australia v  England
First WODI5 November 1997:
 Australia v  New Zealand
Last WODI21 March 2009:
 Australia v  India
As of 7 September 2020
Source: Cricinfo

Bankstown Oval (officially known as Bankstown Memorial Oval) [1] is a multi-purpose stadium in Sydney, Australia. It is currently used mostly for cricket matches and has been used by New South Wales, particularly for one day matches. It has also hosted 4 first class games in the Sheffield Shield. Its pavilion is named after Australian Test batsmen Steve and Mark Waugh, who both appeared for the Bankstown club. It hosted a Women's Ashes test on England's 2002/3 tour and again in January 2010. The ground has also been used for local AFL matches. The stadium currently has a capacity of 8,000 people.

In the 1940s and 1950s it was the home ground of the Bankstown Soccer Club.

A panorama of Bankstown Oval


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Coordinates: 33°55′19″S 151°01′56″E / 33.92194°S 151.03222°E / -33.92194; 151.03222