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Formed in 1896, Mombasa Sports Club is the major venue outside Nairobi and one whose attempts to be recognised as suitable ground for List A matches were thwarted for some time by it being too narrow - by a couple of feet. That has now been overcome and MSC, which has hosted tour matches, was accorded ODI status in August 2006. It will be a rarity in that a large mango tree a few feet inside the boundary.
Like many clubs in Kenya, the ground itself is home to a variety of sports including rugby, football, hockey, bowls, snooker, basketball, and most recently it has hosted Davis Cup tennis. The distinctive pavilion dominates one side of the ground with trees at either end.
MSC is situated a 10-minute taxi ride from the centre of Mombasa