Hurstville Oval is highly regarded amongst cricketers for its consistently well maintained wickets, outfield, surrounds, spectator areas and amenities, and has been recognised by the Sydney Cricket Association as the best ground in Sydney numerous times.
Since opening in 1911, Hurstville Oval has played host to a some of the country’s best cricketers, including sporting legend Sir Donald Bradman and renowned left-handed batsman Arthur Morris, who made his 1930s debut for St George Cricket Club at the age of 14. Other important figures linked to the ground include household name Bill ‘Tiger’ O’Reilly and his protégé Ray Lindwall.
Hurstville Oval is the home of St George District Cricket Club. Others sports played at the oval include athletics, cycling, rugby league and soccer.
To book Hurstville Oval or make an enquiry, telephone Council's Sport and Recreation Officer on 02 9330 6222.
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