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Queens Club
1890s
Queen Victoria
9,000
No
City End, Airport End
Zimbabwe, Matabeleland
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Queens Sports Club
 

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Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka - Oct 20-24, 1994 Scorecard
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Queen's Sports Club is Zimbabwe's second ground behind Harare Sports Club and a constant on the itinerary of any touring side. Situated close to the city centre, it is one of international cricket's loveliest venues with an old pavilion and surrounded by trees which give shade to spectators. Much of the ground consists of grass banking and its capacity of 9000 is more than enough to cope with demand. QSC became Zimbabwe's third Test venue in October 1994.

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Rain kept the groundstaff busy, Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, tri-series, Bulawayo, November 21, 2016
Rain kept the groundstaff busy
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Rain delayed the start of play for a little while, Zimbabwe v New Zealand, only Test, Bulawayo, 2nd day, November 2, 2011
Rain delayed the start of play for a little while
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Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo
Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo
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World Cup, 2003 - Zimbabwe v Australia at Bulawayo, 24th February 2003
Australian and Zimbabwean fans during the match
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