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Basin Reserve wins Domestic long format pitch of the year

Basin Reserve wins Domestic long format pitch of the year

The Basin Reserve has been awarded the Domestic long format pitch of the year as part of the annual cricket pitch of the year awards for the 2019-20 season.

The Basin joined Auckland’s Eden Park (International Pitch of the Year) and Christchurch’s Hagley Oval (short format pitch of the year) on the awards list announced today by New Zealand Cricket.

Graham Parks, NZC GM of Venues Facilities Events, said the awards were in recognition of the outstanding performance of turf managers across New Zealand in producing high quality cricket surfaces.

“Over the past season, across all formats of the game, 97% of cricket pitches prepared were rated as either ‘Good’ or ‘Very Good’ based on reports from the ICC, NZC, and players association surveys.

Mr Parks said “we strive to deliver high quality cricket pitches to provide entertaining games of cricket and support our player development pathways – and this feedback is a very encouraging outcome”.

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