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A general view of the pavilion at Abergavenny
Pen-y-Pound AbergavennyAbergavenny Cricket Club, The Pavilion, Pen-y-Pound Cricket Ground, Avenue Road, Abergavenny, Gwent. Tel: 01873 852350
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Home TeamsCardiff MCCU, Glamorgan, Wales Minor Counties
Current Local Time14:09, Wed Dec 06, 2023
Abergavenny is widely regarded by players, the press and the general public as one of the most picturesque grounds on the first-class circuit. Its intimate atmosphere and rural location, nestling amongst the tree-topped hills on the Welsh border, a mile or so to the north of a small and friendly market town, to say nothing of its quaint pavilion and irregular boundary, all provide a tranquil atmosphere
The ground was opened in 1896 and developed well over the next few decades, hosting Minor County matches, but in 1977 a fire severely damaged the pavilion. It proved to be a blessing as the redevelopment which followed made the venue into a modern facility, and in 1981 and 1982 it successfully hosted two John Player League matches and then in 1983 Glamorgan played a Championship matches there. They continued to do so until 1997 when the decision to centre games at Cardiff meant the ground was dropped.
Martin Williamson