St George's Park History
Port Elizabeth, South Africa

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The Centenary Pavilion

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Work on the four-storey Centenary Pavillion at the St George's Park cricket grounds was halted by the Port Elizabeth Municipality because plans had not yet been approved. The pavillion was due for completion by the start of the cricket season in October, 1988.

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The executive suites under construction at St George's Park reached an advanced stage. Eastern Province left-arm spinner Tim Shaw was there to have a look.

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Almost ready for the full house during the forthcoming cricket season is the new complex at St George's Park - the home of Eastern Province cricket. The complex was built to house suites and player facilities to put St George's Park on a par with other top-class cricket grounds in South Africa.

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The Centenary Pavilion celebrates 100 years of cricket Tests in South Africa.

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