Senwes Park

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Senwes Cricket Stadium is a Cricket ground in Potchefstroom, North West Province, South Africa. It has hosted two Test matches, with the first in 2002. The Highveld Lions also play some home matches here. It is also home to AFL South Africa, the Australian rules football body responsible for developing the game in that country and the stadium is home to the South African national Australian rules football team, the Lions. On 29 October 2017, the venue hosted its first T20I match for South Africa against Bangladesh, which was the 100th T20I for South Africa.[2][3]

Senwes Park
Ground information
Capacity18,000 [1]
End names
Cargo Motors End
University End
International information
First Test25 October 2002:
 South Africa v  Bangladesh
Last Test28 September 2017:
 South Africa v  Bangladesh
First ODI20 October 2000:
 South Africa v  New Zealand
Last ODI7 March 2020:
 South Africa v  Australia
First T20I29 October 2017:
 South Africa v  Bangladesh
Last T20I12 October 2018:
 South Africa v  Zimbabwe
First WODI10 March 2002:
 South Africa v  India
Last WODI6 May 2018:
 South Africa v  Bangladesh
First WT20I27 October 2011:
 South Africa v  England
Last WT20I13 February 2018:
 South Africa v  India
Team information
North West
As of 7 March 2020
Source: Cricinfo

As of 2008, due to a naming rights agreement, the ground was renamed to Senwes Park. It had been known as Sedgars Park.

See alsoEdit


  1. ^
  2. ^ "The final chance for Bangladesh to impress on tour". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 29 October 2017.
  3. ^ "Proteas have chance to make history in final T20I". Sports24. Retrieved 29 October 2017.

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Coordinates: 26°41′44.37″S 27°06′2.78″E / 26.6956583°S 27.1007722°E / -26.6956583; 27.1007722