Mote Park Cricket Ground, (also known as The Mote), England
Record Id: 3672
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Part/component area of: Mote Park
Brief description of site
A cricket ground dating from the mid-19th century which features a two-tier pavilion added in the early 20th century. The ground is still used for county cricket.
Brief history of site
The ground was opened in 1857 for use by Kent County Cricket Club.
Historical County: Kent
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Form of site: park
Purpose of site: sports site
Site first created: 1857
Main period of development: 19th century
External web site link: http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/england/content/story/60184.html
1909 to 1910: The cricket pavilion is constructed.
1995: In 1995 Mark Ealham playing for Kent made the fastest 100 runs in the history of 40 overs cricket.
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