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Orleans Club Ground

Orleans Club Ground
Ground information
Location Twickenham, London
Establishment 1878
Domestic team information
Orleans Club (1878 & 1882-1883)
As of 2 September 2010
Source: Ground profile

Orleans Club Ground was a cricket ground in Twickenham, London (formerly Middlesex). The first recorded match on the ground was in 1878, when the Orleans Club played I Zingari.[1] The ground held its first first-class match during the same year when the Orleans Club played the touring Australians. Between 1878 and 1883, the ground held 4 first-class matches, the last of which saw the Orleans Club play Oxford University.[2] This was the last recorded match held on the ground.

Today defunct, the ground would have been located near to Orleans Road in Twickenham.


  1. ^ Other matches played on Orleans Club Ground
  2. ^ First-Class Matches played on Orleans Club Ground

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