Plaque

Second Lord's Cricket Ground - Lisson Grove

Inscription

MCC
The second Lord's Cricket Ground, 1811 - 1813, home of MCC, was located on part of Lisson Green Estate.

Site: Second Lord's Cricket Ground - Lisson Grove (1 memorial)

NW8, Lisson Grove

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Second Lord's Cricket Ground - Lisson Grove

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Marylebone Cricket Club

Cricket's ruling body.  Founded when the first match was played at Lord's cri...

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Lord's cricket ground

Thomas Lord laid out his original cricket ground in Dorset Square in 1787. It...

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Second Lord's Cricket Ground - Lisson Grove

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Marylebone Cricket Club

Cricket's ruling body.  Founded when the first match was played at Lord's cri...

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