Final SANFL standings as of 1990, round 20. Indigenous corroboree:The 1885 Indigenous corroboree was witnessed by 20,000 spectators. The first recorded cricket match was held on an area of ground behind the Trent Bridge Inn in 1838. 1888 July 16 – England defeated South Australia 28–3 in a Rugby Union match. Bowling takes place from the Pavilion End and the Radcliffe Road End, with the wickets laid square of the Fox Road, William Clarke and Smith Cooper Stands. 2003 October 25 – The first of two matches of the, 1888 December – American Baseball administrator, 1934 August 12 – The final game of the inaugural, 1947 – Adelaide Oval was used for some matches of the, 1951 – Adelaide Oval was used for some matches of the. Shackleford won the premier 10-mile race in 34 minutes 30 seconds. Denis Compton scored 278 against Pakistan in 1954.  The leading wicket-takers are James Anderson (16 wickets), Stuart Broad (14 wickets) and Waqar Younis (12 wickets). Test and One Day International. The members' stands were the first section of the ground completed in the most recent redevelopment of Adelaide Oval. 13 June 1938 – During an interval of a Port Adelaide and Norwood SANFL match with 27,764 spectators present, a long distance kicking contest was held using American footballs. The Riverbank stand is the southern stand of Adelaide Oval, gaining its name from the River Torrens which is behind it. The Roosters won the game, played on 24 June in Round 16 of the season, 25–24 in golden point extra time in front of a crowd of 21,492 fans. Before the far ends in front of and behind the wicket were roped off, making the playing area shorter, it was not uncommon for batsmen to hit an all-run four or even occasionally a five. The tests are now normally held in early December and is a clash between Australia and the international touring team of that particular season. Cricket Australia on Wednesday confirmed that India will play a four-Test series on their upcoming tour Down Under, with the Melbourne Cricket Ground hosting the … Adelaide Oval also provides an array of functions throughout the year. Meanwhile, BCCI is likely to announce a 32-member Indian squad today. Historically, Adelaide Oval's integral pitch was generally very good for batting, and offering little assistance to bowlers until the last day of a match. Get the lastest Australia team schedules, fixtures and results and stay updated with the progress of Australia Cricket team Australia has some of the most beautiful cricket grounds in the world equipped with modern technology and large enough to accommodate the large crowd of sports enthusiasts.  In May, Treasurer Kevin Foley announced that "the Government's final offer to the SANFL and SACA for the redevelopment" was $535 million, and the deadline was extended to August 2010. The next day Ireland defeated Argentina 16–15 in front of 30,203 fans. Nineteen cricket stadiums have been used for international cricket matches. Their first home game attracted their record crowd when 27,435 saw the Rams defeat SL's other new team, the Hunter Mariners 10–8. International cricket five-wicket hauls by, The SAFL was in recess from 1916–1918; club merged with, Known as the Victorian Football League from 1897–1989; no grand finals were held in 1897 and 1924, Most consecutive wins by a club at the ground, Attendance record (sport excluding Cricket and Australian rules), Ed. 4 July 1942 – An exhibition match was held by American soldiers. The three segments are named after South Australian Cricket identities; from North to South named Sir Edwin Smith Stand, Sir Donald Bradman Pavilion and the Chappell Stand. The Northern Mound, the Moreton Bay fig trees and the Scoreboard are all heritage listed and will likely never be demolished unless damaged beyond repair. In 2009, the ground was used for the ICC World Twenty20 and hosted the semi-final between South Africa and Pakistan. 1990 September 8 – The last game at the ground before the presence of an AFL team in South Australia was between West Torrens and Woodville with the latter winning by 45 points. The soccer match was between two teams, one called "Adelaide United" and the other "Hindmarsh" with the latter team winning 2–0. From 2007 until 2010, Adelaide Oval hosted the Australia Sevens event in the IRB Sevens World Series. , Coordinates: 52°56′12.78″N 1°07′55.78″W / 52.9368833°N 1.1321611°W / 52.9368833; -1.1321611, Cricket ground in West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England, This article is about the cricket ground in Nottinghamshire. Published Date: October 26, 2020 4:13 PM IST, Updated Date: October 26, 2020 4:13 PM IST. By 2014 the new Eastern Stand was fully completed with a total capacity of 19,000, bringing the overall seating capacity of the stadium to 50,083 in time for the 2014 AFL season. Zee Entertainment Enterprises Limited. The stand was officially opened on 5 June by Prince Philip. The first towers erected were designed to retract into the ground; however one collapsed and they were replaced with permanent towers. At least 25,000 spectators attended the match that was staged between teams referred to as the "Packers" and "Bears" with the latter winning the match. Adelaide Oval has regularly been host to large outdoor concerts. Motorcade:1927 Royal Tour of Australia by the Duke and Duchess of York attracted between 60–70,000 spectators. Check out 'The Times Specialist' answers for TODAY! The Hill for almost all sporting events at the ground is general admission and is often home to the most vocal supporters during cricket matches. 1904 September 3 – The premiers of the South Australian Hockey Association played a composite team of the best players from the remaining clubs. On 25 October, The Wallabies played their first international game in Adelaide when they defeated Namibia 142–0 in front of 28,196 fans. 2017 December 2 – Adelaide Oval hosted the first day/night Ashes Test. In the 2010 and 2011 National Rugby League seasons, Sydney club the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs played home games at the Oval against the Melbourne Storm.  Following on from this exhibition of the match in Australia, over the next few years intercolonial matches were commonly played against other states on the ground. The West Park Sports Ground in West Bridgford was the private ground of Sir Julien Cahn, a furniture millionaire, who often played host to touring national sides. 1.  The latter includes a modernistic aircraft-wing roof and was opened in 2002 despite a conflict with a small group of local residents over the lack of sunlight that this would cause to their properties. Sir Donald Bradman(Australia) His 299* in 1932 remained the ground record until David Warner broke it in 2019. Also Read - BCCI Pays Tribute to MS Dhoni After Announcing India's Team to Tour Australia. The arrangement was highly favourable for batsmen who played square of the wicket, and heavily penalised bowlers who delivered the ball short or wide so that the batsman could play cut, hook or pull shots.