Outground

Out´ground`


n.1.Ground situated at a distance from the house; outlying land.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"It's been a very good cricket wicket - not a huge amount of pace, which you'd expect at an outground. There's been a little bit of sideways movement when the ball's newer.
Outground cricket always has a special feel to it."
We believe we're their first choice outground - we've just got to prove it now."
We've got a couple of outground games this year too - hopefully, it'll spin and I'll get to play.
All seven of the home County Championship matches will be at the Riverside, the only outground home fixture scheduled in the Royal London One-Day Cup against Lancashire at South Northumberland CC on Tuesday, April 30.
All seven of the home County Championship matches will be at Emirates Riverside with the only outground home fixture scheduled in the Royal London One-Day Cup against Lancashire at South Northumberland on April 30.
There is always a great atmosphere at an outground and I'm sure it will be the same this week."
e school ground is a lovely place for them to try to mske that happen - let us hope it becomes a long-term presence as an outground in Warwickshire's xture-list.
And then there was Griff where, even during that cloud-covered match in 1986, while keeping wicket to West Indian thunderbolt Courtney Walsh, Russell found time for his artist's eye to note the backdrop to the outground.
There is always great atmosphere at an outground and I'm sure it will be the same this week."