This quiet multi-sports facility is set to host Group A games and a couple of play-offs in the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2018.
Old Hararians, as this club is popularly known, is one of two Harare venues for the CWCQ campaign.
A multi-sports facility in a quiet neighbourhood, it opens its doors for cricket, rugby, football and tennis, among other sports.
Duncan Fletcher, Graeme Hick and Dave Houghton are some of the cricketers who have played for the club, while rugby heroes Ray Mordt and Ian Robertson have also played there.
While the ground has previously seen domestic cricket action, including in the Logan Cup, this will mark the first time that it has hosted a high-level international match.
It will host eight CWCQ matches in all, including Group A games and play-off matches.
4 March: Ireland v Netherlands
6 March: UAE v Windies
8 March: PNG v Windies
10 March: Netherlands v PNG
12 March: Ireland v UAE
15 March: A5 v B4, play-off
17 March: 9th/10th place play-off
22 March: A3 v B2, Super Sixes match 8
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