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Set in the middle of lovely Sunnybrook Park, north-east of Toronto's city centre, the Sunnybrook ground was updated with turf wickets for the ICC Trophy in 2001. The new wickets were installed east of the existing artificial turf wicket, and played relatively slow and true. The ground is surrounded by trees, slopes away to the north-west, and an attractive multiple use pavilion lies west of the wicket. A pleasant spot to watch a game of cricket on a sumer afternoon, on the weekend the park is a popular spot with families picnicing all around, dog-walkers, joggers and roller skarers on the paths adjacent to the cricket area.
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