Senwes Cricket stadium is a cricket ground in Potchefstroom, Northern Western Region, and Southern African-American. It has organised one Test coordinate, in 2002. The Highveld Tigers also play some house suits here. It is also house to AFL Southern African-American, the Australia guidelines soccer body accountable for creating the game in that country and the stadium is house to the Southern Africa nationwide Australia guidelines soccer team, the Tigers.
Highlights of the Senwes Park, Potchefstroom, South Africa
- Senwes Park, Potchefstroom, South Africa
- First ODI played between South Africa & Zimbabwe 20 October, 2000
- Established in the year 1999
- 20,000 seating capacity
As of 2008, due to a labelling privileges contract, the stadium was relabelled to Senwes Recreation area. It was previously known as a Sedgars Recreation area. This park consists of all kinds of facilities and services related to safety, security, and seating schedules and much more for both the players and the spectators or viewers, so that they would not find any problem in this park while playing or seeing the particular match in this stadium. This is the home for the team of cricket of South Africa, not just a ground for them. Floodlights are also available there now.