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Cheden Holt, situated on a hilltop about a mile from the rural village of Hambledon in Hampshire, was a home venue of the Hambledon Club. It was used for a single important match in 1776, when a Hampshire side played a Kent team. This is the only important match played at the ground, with no further mention of any other matches after 1776.
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