|Location||Palmerston North, New Zealand|
|Establishment||1902 (first recorded match)|
As of June 20 2014|
Source: Ground profile
With the development of NZC Warrant of Fitness (WOF) and increasing expectations of the modern game Fitzherbert Park lost their NZC WOF due to the lack of effective irrigation to the outfield in droughty summers causing a brown bumpy outfield that first class players did not like.
Fitzherbert Park is unusual as it has three cricket blocks (two club and one representative) and a practise block within the one facility. During winter rugby league is played over the outfield and blocks making for more difficult management of the ground for the groundstaff.
- Extended the drainage across the whole ground
- Installed a full outfield pop up irrigation system
- Resurfaced the two Patumahoe blocks
- Replaced the Marton soil with Patumahoe on the town end block.
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