Mannofield Park

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Citylets Mannofield
Mannofield Park
Mannofield Cricket Pavilion - - 1739184.jpg
Ground information
Location Morningside Road, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire
Establishment 1879 (First Match recorded)
Capacity 6,000
Owner City of Aberdeen
Operator Aberdeenshire Cricket Club
Tenants Cricket Scotland
End names
International information
First ODI 1 July 2008:
 Ireland v  New Zealand
Last ODI 09 May 2014:
 Scotland v  England
First T20I 4 Jul 2013:
 Scotland v  Kenya
Last T20I 5 Jul 2013:
 Scotland v  Kenya
Team information
Aberdeenshire Cricket Club (1890–present)
As of June 17 2014
Source: CricketArchive

Mannofield Park is a cricket ground in the Mannofield district of Aberdeen, Scotland.

The cricket ground is the regular home of the Scotland national cricket team and Aberdeenshire Cricket Club. It is also known as Citylets Mannofield for international fixtures.


The first recorded match on the ground dates back to 1879 when Aberdeen University played Edinburgh University. The first first-class match to be held on the ground came in 1930 when Scotland played Ireland. The ground has been host to many great cricketing names over the years, most notably Sir Donald Bradman, who scored his last first class century on British soil at the ground in 1948.

The ground has since played host to 12 first-class matches, the last of which came in August 2009 when Scotland played Ireland in the 2009–10 ICC Intercontinental Cup.

The ground has also played host to 12 One Day Internationals, the first of which came in the 2008 Associates Tri-Series in Scotland when Ireland played New Zealand. The last One Day International to date came in May 2014 when Scotland lost to England.[1]

It has been selected to host Scotland's World Cricket League and Intercontinental Cup matches in August 2016.[2]

Matches hosted[edit]

Game Type No. of Games
Test Matches 00
ODI 12
Twenty20 02
First-class Matches 12
List A Matches 19
Twenty20 cricket Matches 02

ODIs played[edit]

Team (A) Team (B) Winner Margin Year
 Ireland  New Zealand  New Zealand By 290 runs 2008
 Scotland  Ireland  Scotland By 5 wickets 2008
 Scotland  New Zealand  New Zealand By 8 wickets 2008
 Scotland  Canada  Canada By 5 wickets 2009
 Scotland  Canada  Scotland By 5 wickets 2009
 Scotland  Ireland  Ireland By 96 runs 2009
 Scotland  Netherlands  Scotland By 15 runs 2011
 Scotland  Netherlands  Scotland By 5 wickets 2011
 Scotland  Kenya  Scotland by 12 runs 2013
 Scotland  Kenya  Scotland By 4 wickets 2013
 Scotland  England  England By 39 runs 2014

T20Is played[edit]

Team (A) Team (B) Winner Margin Year
Scotland Scotland Kenya Kenya Scotland By 35 runs 2013
Scotland Scotland Kenya Kenya Scotland By 7 wickets 2013

International Centuries[edit]

There are seven ODI centuries have been scored at the venue.[3]

No. Score Player Team Balls Opposing team Date Result
1 161 James Marshall  New Zealand 141  Ireland 1 July 2008 Won
2 166 Brendon McCullum  New Zealand 135  Ireland 1 July 2008 Won
3 115 Gavin Hamilton  Scotland 150  Ireland 2 July 2008 Won
4 119 Gavin Hamilton  Scotland 150  Canada 7 July 2008 Lost
5 119 Fraser Watts  Scotland 108  Canada 7 July 2008 Lost
6 117 Sandeep Jyoti  Canada 108  Scotland 7 July 2008 Won
7 114 Matt Machan  Scotland 111  Kenya 30 June 2013 Won


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Coordinates: 57°07′47″N 2°08′13″W / 57.1297°N 2.1370°W / 57.1297; -2.1370