Absa Puk Oval

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The Absa Puk Oval, formerly known as the Fanie du Toit Sports Complex and the University Oval is a cricket ground in Potchefstroom, South Africa. It has hosted senior cricket irregularly since 1982, when Transvaal hosted South African Universities.

Absa Puk Oval
Fanie du Toit Sports Complex
University Oval
Ground information
LocationPotchefstroom, South Africa
OwnerNorth-West University
OperatorNorth-West University
South African Universities
International information
First WODI6 October 2010:
 Ireland v  Pakistan
Last WODI19 May 2017:
 South Africa v  Ireland
First WT20I14 October 2010:
 South Africa v  West Indies
Last WT20I16 October 2010:
 Sri Lanka v  West Indies
As of 7 September 2020
Source: North-West University No1 Ground Cricinfo

In 2010, it was one of three venues used for the ICC Women's Cricket Challenge.[1] It was also used for the 2017 South Africa Quadrangular Series, contested between the women's teams of India, Ireland, South Africa and Zimbabwe.[2]


  1. ^ "Fanie du Toit Sports Complex, Potchefstroom". CricketArchive. Retrieved 2010-10-10. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ "Ireland Women Head to South Africa for Quadrangular". Cricket Ireland. Retrieved 10 March 2017. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

Coordinates: 26°41′31″S 27°06′01″E / 26.6919°S 27.1002°E / -26.6919; 27.1002