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Lensbury Sports Ground

Lensbury Sports Ground
Location Teddington, London
Establishment 1932 (first recorded match)
As of 2 September 2010
Source: Ground profile

Lensbury Sports Ground is a cricket ground in Teddington, London (formerly Middlesex). The first recorded match on the ground was in 1932, when Affiliated South American Banks played the South Americans.[1] From 1982 to 1998, the ground held a combined total of 17 Second XI fixtures for the Middlesex Second XI in the Second XI Championship and Second XI Trophy.[2][3]

In 1979, the ground held a single Women's One Day International between England women and West Indies women.[4]

In local domestic cricket, the ground is the home venue of St. Mary's University College cricket team.

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  1. ^ Other matches played on Lensbury Sports Ground
  2. ^ Second XI Championship Matches played on Lensbury Sports Ground
  3. ^ Second XI Trophy Matches played on Lensbury Sports Ground
  4. ^ Women's One-Day International Matches played on Lensbury Sports Ground

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