cover showing the MCG was released at Stampshow 02 at Melbourne with first day
green Cricket Postmark.
8/3/2005 as part of the Sport's Treasures issue, AP released a maximum card of
entering the MCG.
On the 12th December 2006
Australia Post released a Souvenir Stamp Sheet to commemorate the
100th Test match played on the MCG
stating on Boxing Day. The
of the SES container gives a history of the MCG. A
of the Ashes cover and postmark with the MCG stamp
was also produced.
At the end of 2007 Grenada issued a 24 stamp issue on 6
souvenir sheets celebrating Shane Warne. One of the
700th wicket at the MCG.
described his Aussie Rules background.
Tasmanian Cricket Assoc Ground (TCA)
The initial stand was built in 1880. The ground became
the home of the Hobart Football Club from 1945 until 1982 when it fell into
ruin. Hobart again returned in 1995 and 1996 in the Statewide Competition and
from 1998 in the present Southern Football League. The 150th Anniversary of the
TCA was commemorated by a cachet of the ground on the
1982 Ashes Centenary PSE.
The Adelaide Oval construction was commenced in 1871
and completed in 1873. The first football game was played in 1876. The record
crowd for the ground was 62,543 for the 1965 Grand Final between Port Adelaide
and Sturt. The last Grand final was played in 1975 with the move to Football
Park. Interstate and minor finals are still played at Adelaide Oval.
The first Sheffield Shield was won by SA in 1892-93. The
trophy was not finished and was presented to SA in 1894 during a football Match.
commemorative stamps and
commentary were re-released in 2007 in a Cricket
in Australia Prestige Booklet.
The Adelaide Oval Centenary Test was marked
by the release of a
with a cachet of the Oval and cricketer and a commemorative Postmark. Strand
with a cachet similar to the postmark and a
Cover postmarked with each day of
the test and the MCG Ausipex Cinderella of the MCG.
Meters for the BCG Trust
The Brisbane Cricket Ground had the World's First Permanent Pictorial Cricket
Postmark released on the 24/01/1986.
Limited Edition Covers released a
with a drawing of the Gabba as the cachet. Four variations have also been
released including the
Sheffield Shield Cover,
Qld Shield Win,
Qld Shield Win
First Ashes Test 2006
It is also the home ground of the