Closes after next weekend - make Chief laugh (the most) and win a prize!
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I've actually played at Rushy, and although it looks great with its surrounding's but the ground surface itself is a shocker (even when we weren't in drought), for both footy & cricket, the pitch is a minefield (it's the only ground i've played on that would make want to wear a helmet, due to the unevenness of the pitch, and the changerooms are so far away you need a compass & a map.Cape Town and Adelaide Oval are that far in front when it comes to postcard grounds.
Ironbark Staduim, Rushworth in central Victoria, when not in a drought a close 3rd!
I've been to Bellerive and what was interesting was that it's the cameras that really bring the water coverage into it. When you're there it's not that picturesque actually.
Bellerive for me! Although I am a tad biased.
Queenstown? Its hell cool, the planes just about clip the players hats. Everything has to be built in that little valley I guess.
Doesn't get much more scenic than Queenstown as far as international cricket grounds go.Yes I think it's Queenstown, always has a sparse crowd though. There's also one in India surrounded by awesome looking mountains. I still like Cape town (Newlands) though for TM, the oak trees and the spunky women. Actually what I like about the South African grounds is that they all seem to have a grassed area which adds a bit of character. Sydney has never been the same since the hill disappeared.