|Located in Centaur Road Lavington, just North of Albury, Lavington Sports Club Oval is one of the premier sporting ovals in country New South Wales and regularly hosts sporting events such as AFL & NRL practice games. Lavington Football Club and the Lavington Cricket Club both call the ground home, while it also plays host to local Grand Finals and was the home of former VFL club Murray Kangaroos. The ground has a capacity of over 25,000 and has a main grandstand with seating for 1,250, as well as TV standard lighting on 4 large towers.
Sports played at the venue include Australian Football and Cricket. On the 18th of March 1992, it hosted a Cricket One Day International between Zimbabwe and England, with Zimbabwe winning by 9 runs. Next to the main sports oval is a cycling velodrome. There is also a large sports social club next to the ground which hosts many events each year. The record crowd at the ground of 20,169 for a trial match on the 20th of March 1995 is the largest Aussie Rules Football Crowd outside of a Metro City.