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Devonport Oval - {CATEGORY}

Devonport Oval is an Australian rules football, cricket and athletics stadium in Devonport, Australia. ; It is the home stadium for the Devonport Football Club in the Tasmanian State League (TSL) and for the Devonport Cricket Club in the NWTCA competition. ; The oval also hosts the Devonport Athletics & Cycling Carnival each year and regularly attracts interstate competitors. ; The stadium has a capacity of 13,000 people and has recently undergone upgrades for increased lighting to be used for night football matches in the TSL in 2009. The Devonport Oval is arguably one of the most picturesque ground in Australia. ; It is positioned next to Mersey Bluff in Devonport overlooking Bass Strait. It has two stands, the Frank Matthews Stand is a long wooden Main Stand on the wing, a newer concrete stand with bucket seats in the pocket, a pavilion and a grass hill. The ground is tiered on one side. After the Devonport City Council's decision to upgrade the unused Devonport Oval in 1937, a VFL practice match was played there between Collingwood and Geelong, and the redevelopment was a winner for the fans, with a crowd of more than 10,000 attending. ; In 1959, Devonport's population was just under 14,000 people, in that same year an interstate Australian Football match between Tasmania and Victoria was played there and the attendance was 13,500. The Devonport Oval hosted one One-Day International match in the 1986-1987 season between England and the West Indies. It also hosted many Tasmanian Sheffield Shield cricket matches and domestic one-day matches for Tasmania. ; The ground also hosted two Tasmanian State Grand Finals and six TFL Statewide League finals between 1988 and 2000 and hosted the NWFU Grand Final on several occasions.

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Address: Devonport, Tasmania

Country: Australia

Capacity: 13000

Tenants: Devonport Football Club - TSL, Devonport Cricket Club

Operator: Devonport City Council

Opened: 1937

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291 yd - Comfort Inn Sunrise Devonport

Perfect base for corporate travellers and tourists. Quiet location. Close to beach. Disabled rooms are available. AU Star Rating 4

519 yd - Barclay Motor Inn

Barclay Motor Inn is conveniently located in the popular Devonport area. The hotel offers guests a range of services and amenities designed to provide comfort and convenience. Facilities like disabledRead more facilities, laundry service/dry cleaning, Wi-Fi in public areas, tours, meeting facilities are readily available for you to enjoy. The well-appointed guestrooms feature satellite/cable TV, coffee/tea maker, fan, internet access – wireless, television. The hotel's peaceful atmosphere extends to its recreational facilities which include tennis courts, indoor pool. For reliable service and professional staff, Barclay Motor Inn caters to your needs.Hide

552 yd - Glasgow Lodge

Glasgow Lodge. "Glasgow Lodge" is excellent for exploring Devonport. The patio allows lots of daylight to stream into the hotel. Of course, staying connected with family and friends is made possible wRead moreith Internet access.Hide

1,418 yd - Quality Hotel Gateway

The 3.5-star Quality Gateway Hotel offers comfort and convinience whether you're on business or holiday in Devonport. The hotel offers a high standard of service and amenities to suit the individual nRead moreeeds of all travelers. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at the Quality Gateway Hotel. Designed for comfort, guestrooms offer refrigerator, shower, television LCD/plasma screen, internet access – wireless (charges apply), fan to ensure a restful night. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Friendly staff, great facilities and close proximity to all that Devonport has to offer are three great reasons you should stay at Quality Gateway Hotel.Hide

1,558 yd - Edgewater Hotel

Set in a prime location of Devonport, Edgewater Hotel puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. The hotel offers a high standard of service and amenities to suit the individualRead more needs of all travelers. All the necessary facilities, including meeting facilities, restaurant, Wi-Fi in public areas, concierge, bicycle rental, are at hand. Each guestroom is elegantly furnished and equipped with handy amenities. Recuperate from a full day of sightseeing in the comfort of your room or take advantage of the hotel's recreational facilities, including tennis courts, spa, sauna. Convenience and comfort makes Edgewater Hotel the perfect choice for your stay in Devonport.Hide

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Devonport Oval - {CATEGORY}

Devonport Oval is an Australian rules football, cricket and athletics stadium in Devonport, Australia. ; It is the home stadium for the Devonport Football Club in the Tasmanian State League (TSL) and for the Devonport Cricket Club in the NWTCA competition. ; The oval also hosts the Devonport Athletics & Cycling Carnival each year and regularly attracts interstate competitors. ; The stadium has a capacity of 13,000 people and has recently undergone upgrades for increased lighting to be used for night football matches in the TSL in 2009. The Devonport Oval is arguably one of the most picturesque ground in Australia. ; It is positioned next to Mersey Bluff in Devonport overlooking Bass Strait. It has two stands, the Frank Matthews Stand is a long wooden Main Stand on the wing, a newer concrete stand with bucket seats in the pocket, a pavilion and a grass hill. The ground is tiered on one side. After the Devonport City Council's decision to upgrade the unused Devonport Oval in 1937, a VFL practice match was played there between Collingwood and Geelong, and the redevelopment was a winner for the fans, with a crowd of more than 10,000 attending. ; In 1959, Devonport's population was just under 14,000 people, in that same year an interstate Australian Football match between Tasmania and Victoria was played there and the attendance was 13,500. The Devonport Oval hosted one One-Day International match in the 1986-1987 season between England and the West Indies. It also hosted many Tasmanian Sheffield Shield cricket matches and domestic one-day matches for Tasmania. ; The ground also hosted two Tasmanian State Grand Finals and six TFL Statewide League finals between 1988 and 2000 and hosted the NWFU Grand Final on several occasions.

Devonport Oval - {CATEGORY}

Devonport Oval is an Australian rules football, cricket and athletics stadium in Devonport, Australia. ; It is the home stadium for the Devonport Football Club in the Tasmanian State League (TSL) and for the Devonport Cricket Club in the NWTCA competition. ; The oval also hosts the Devonport Athletics & Cycling Carnival each year and regularly attracts interstate competitors. ; The stadium has a capacity of 13,000 people and has recently undergone upgrades for increased lighting to be used for night football matches in the TSL in 2009. The Devonport Oval is arguably one of the most picturesque ground in Australia. ; It is positioned next to Mersey Bluff in Devonport overlooking Bass Strait. It has two stands, the Frank Matthews Stand is a long wooden Main Stand on the wing, a newer concrete stand with bucket seats in the pocket, a pavilion and a grass hill. The ground is tiered on one side. After the Devonport City Council's decision to upgrade the unused Devonport Oval in 1937, a VFL practice match was played there between Collingwood and Geelong, and the redevelopment was a winner for the fans, with a crowd of more than 10,000 attending. ; In 1959, Devonport's population was just under 14,000 people, in that same year an interstate Australian Football match between Tasmania and Victoria was played there and the attendance was 13,500. The Devonport Oval hosted one One-Day International match in the 1986-1987 season between England and the West Indies. It also hosted many Tasmanian Sheffield Shield cricket matches and domestic one-day matches for Tasmania. ; The ground also hosted two Tasmanian State Grand Finals and six TFL Statewide League finals between 1988 and 2000 and hosted the NWFU Grand Final on several occasions.

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