Drummoyne Oval - Austadiums

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Drummoyne Oval is a multi-use sports oval situated on the banks of the Parramatta River in the inner-west suburb of Drummoyne. The venue is primarily used for Cricket but also plays host to Australian Football and has previously hosted Rugby League and Union.

Drummoyne Oval received a $13.8 million development completed in 2013 which included the installation of six 50m light towers suitable for televised night sport, small grandstand and electronic scoreboard. Other facilities include a pavilion and a grass hill that stretches almost half the ground. The first ever first-class cricket match was played at the ground in February 2003 when NSW played Tasmania in the domestic one day competition, attracting a sell-out crowd of almost 5,000. The Balmain Tigers played their NSWRL home matches at the venue back in 1932 & 1933.

Drummoyne Oval

Drummoyne Oval

Location: Sydney, New South Wales Address: Bayswater St, Drummoyne 2146
Capacity: 6,000 Seats:
Record Crowd: Highest Crowd since 1/1/2003: 5,574 - 15/02/04: ING Cup: NSW v SA
Lights: Yes Arena Roof: No
Video Screen: No Arena Dimensions:
Built: 1931 Redeveloped: 2013
Former Names: Ticketing: Ticketek
Sports Played: Cricket
Australian Football
Home Teams:
Annual Events: Historic Events:
Directions: Transport:
Bus services to Victoria Road, Drummoyne and a further 10min walk to the oval.
Parking: Accommodation:
Limited parking inside the venue and street parking is available.

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