Haslegrave Ground

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Haslegrave Ground
National Cricket Performance Centre
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Ground information
Location Loughborough, Leicestershire
Establishment1988 (first recorded match)
Capacityn/a
International information
First WODI11 July 2008:
Flag of England.svg  England v WestIndiesCricketFlagPre1999.svg  West Indies
Last WODI3 July 2013:
Flag of England.svg  England v Flag of Pakistan.svg  Pakistan
First WT20I23 June 2012:
Flag of England.svg  England v Cricket Ireland flag.svg  Ireland
Last WT20I5 July 2013:
Flag of England.svg  England v Flag of Pakistan.svg  Pakistan
Team information
Loughborough MCCU (2011-)
Loughborough Lightning (2016-)
As of April 23, 2016
Source: Ground profile

Haslegrave Ground is a cricket ground in Loughborough, Leicestershire. The ground is based at Loughborough University. The first recorded match on the ground was in 1988, when Loughborough Students played the Marylebone Cricket Club. [1] The ground held 2 Women's One Day Internationals in 2008, when England women played West Indies women in both matches. [2]

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