Queens Sports Club
|Location||Parkview, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe|
|Owner||Bulawayo City Council|
|First Test||20–24 October 1994: Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka|
|Last Test||1–5 November 2011: Zimbabwe v New Zealand|
|First ODI||15 December 1996: Zimbabwe v England|
|Last ODI||24 October 2015: Zimbabwe v Afghanistan|
|First T20I||11 May 2013: Zimbabwe v Bangladesh|
|Last T20I||12 May 2013: Zimbabwe v Bangladesh|
|As of 24 October 2015
Queens Sports Club is a multi-purpose stadium in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. It is used mostly for cricket matches. The stadium has a maximum capacity of 13,000. The stadium is the homeground for the Matabeleland Tuskers, who are the current Logan Cup champions. The other Cricket ground in Bulawayo is the Bulawayo Athletic Club.
Queen's Sports Club is Zimbabwe's second ground, and the first being the Harare Sports Club. It is situated close to the city centre, and is one of international cricket's loveliest venues with an old pavilion surrounded by trees which give shade to spectators. Much of the ground consists of grass banking and its capacity of 13,000 is more than enough to cope with demand. Queens Sports Club became Zimbabwe's third Test venue in October 1994.
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