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SouthamptonThe Northlands Road ground has now been sold for housing, and a
new ground, the Hampshire Ageas Bowl
has been built near the M27. It opened for first-class cricket in 2001 and now has Test status.
Rail: Hedge End Station (Eastleigh - Fareham line) is two miles from ground. There is a bus service to the ground. Southampton Airport Parkway Station (London - Bournemouth/Poole line) is approximately 10 minutes by car from ground.
How to get to the Ageas Bowl
Address: The Ageas Bowl,
Botley Road, West End,
Tel: 023 8047 2002
|Admission Charges / Advanced Sales|| Adult || Junior|| Students (and over 60s except T20)|
|County Championship||21.00 / 16.00 ||5.00 / 5.00 ||16.00 / 11.00 |
|One-Day Cup||21.00 / 16.00 ||5.00 / 5.00 ||16.00 / 11.00 |
|Twenty20||25.00 / 19.00 ||5.00 / 5.00 ||22.00 / 18.00 |
The Rose Bowl
Newclose Ground, Newport (Isle of Wight)
Blackwater Rd, Newport PO30 3BE
New ground (2019), about a mile south of Newport, after the supermarket zone. On the bus route.
Tel: 01983 824570
May's Bounty Ground, BasingstokeBounty Road RG21 2DR. It's a fairly nondescript field, reached
through about a mile of fairly nondescript Basingstoke. Was dropped, along with Portsmouth, so all
Hampshire cricket could be concentrated at the Rose Bowl, but now in use again (not an ideal pitch to bat on).
United Services Officers Ground, PortsmouthBurnaby Road PO1 2EJ. By the railway,
midway (half a mile) between Portsmouth Harbour and Portsmouth & Southsea stations.
Surrounded by an eclectic range of building styles. Possesses the heaviest roller in the
country (5 and a half tons). But in 1999, after a visit by ECB ground inspector Harry Brind,
requested by the Portsmouth groundsman, the field was ruled as unfit for first-class cricket,
and its scheduled fixtures for 1999 were transferred to other grounds.
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