St George's Park History
Port Elizabeth, South Africa

The Grounds St George's Park - The Scoreboards
The Scoreboards

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The old scoreboard at St George's Park. It was demolished to make way for the Charles Gingell Scoreboard and was inspired by the new scoreboard at Newland's Cricket Ground, built for the English tour of 1948/49.Picture: The Herald.

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The Charles Gingell Scoreboard was completed in November 1950 at a cost of 150.

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The first electronic scoreboard, seen from the side.

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The first electronic scoreboard announces that Mark Boucher has now set a new record for the number of 18 dismissals in a 3 match Test series.

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The old electronic scoreboard being dismantled shortly before the 2003 Cricket World Cup.

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The new electronic scoreboard under construction. It was specially put up in time for the 2003 Cricket World Cup.

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The new scoreboard

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The new scoreboard, put up in 2003, looks terrific at night.

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The new electronic scoreboard is computer driven by the operator in one of the boxes in the Firestone Pavillion.

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The scoreboard is moved to its new position on the roof of the old Grandstand.

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