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Sydney Cricket Ground
The Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) is a cricket stadium in Sydney. It is used for Test cricket, one-day international cricket, some rugby league and rugby union matches, and is the home ground for the New South Wales first-class cricket team and the Sydney Swans of the Australian Football League. It is owned/operated by the SCG Trust that also manages Aussie Stadium located next door.
In its present configuration, the SCG is a playing field surrounded by a collection of separate grandstand structures. From the northern end, clockwise, they are:
- M. A. Noble Stand - Members seating, also used for general public admission during events with low attendance.
- Bradman Stand - Public reserved seating.
- Dally Messenger Stand - General admission.
- Bill O'Reilly Stand - Corporate boxes and public reserved seating.
- Yabba's Hill - General admission.
- Clive Churchill Stand - Corporate boxes and public reserved seating.
- Brewongle Stand - Corporate boxes and public reserved seating.
- Ladies' Stand - Members seating.
- Members' Stand - Members seating.
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