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New Zealand's cricket grounds may not be as saturated with custom as their English partners, however there are as yet many intriguing stories to tell - the noteworthy, the wonderful, the conventional.

One such ground is Pukekura Park in New Plymouth - a vivacious city on the North Island's western tip. Set among a 128-section of land park including lakes, formal gardens and strolling trails through local shrub, the cricket ground has clearing perspectives on snowcapped Mt Taranaki.

Onlookers can appreciate a superior perspective on the activity from grass porches finished out of a dike close by the pitch - which has for some time been the setting for nearby, commonplace and one day universal matches including the 1991-1992 ICC Cricket World Cup.

Be that as it may, Pukekura Park isn't just acclaimed for its cricketing history - in its generally short life expectancy it has facilitated an imperial gathering and featured in a Hollywood blockbuster. Take a look more famous cricket stadium in new zealand and all over country.
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