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Boland Bank Park

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Location  Paarl, South Africa
Operator  South Africa
Capacity  10,000
Establishment  1996
Tenants  South Africa Free State
First ODI  27 December 1997:  India v  Zimbabwe
Last ODI  19 January 2013:  South Africa v  New Zealand
Address  Langenhoven Ave, Paarl, 7646, South Africa
Similar  De Beers Diamond Oval, Mangaung Oval, Senwes Park, Willowmoore Park, Buffalo Park

Boland Park, formerly as Boland Bank Park, is a multi-purpose stadium in Paarl, South Africa. It is currently used mostly for cricket matches and hosted three matches during the 2003 Cricket World Cup. Boland cricket team and the Cape Cobras both stage home matches at the ground. The stadium has a capacity of 10,000 people.

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Trivia

  • The first ever ODI match was between India and Zimbabwe in 1997 during the Tri-Series which ended in a thrilling tie.
  • On 11 January 2012, hosts South Africa beat Sri Lanka by a huge margin of 258 runs in an ODI. Sri Lanka were dismissed for a low total of 43, which is their lowest ODI total ever in their history.
  • 2003 Cricket World Cup

    The following 2003 Cricket World Cup matches were played in Boland Park. A total of three matches were played at the venue during the 2003 World Cup.

    International Centuries

    There are five ODI centuries have been scored at the venue.

    References

    Boland Bank Park Wikipedia


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