Mainsforth Sports Complex


Mainsforth Cricket Club was founded by the miners from Mainsforth Colliery in the early 1900's, now located on part of the former colliery site and part of the Mainsforth Sports Complex, owned by Ferryhill Town Council. Paul Collingwood MBE, then Durham Cricket Club captain, opened the new Pavilion at Mainsforth Sports Complex on the 11th of June 2015. 

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Mainsforth Sports Complex

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Mainsforth Cricket Field, Ferryhill

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Mainsforth Recreation Ground

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Rolling the Wicket

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Mainsforth
- Overview About Mainsforth Map Street View Mainsforth is a rural village in County Durham, located about 7 miles north-east of Bishop Aukland, 2 miles east of Ferryhill, and 3 miles ...
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Ferryhill Station
- Overview Map Street View Ferryhill Station is a village in County Durham, located immediately south-east of Ferryhill, and about 6 miles south of Durham. It takes its name from the ...
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Cricketer Paul Collingwood opens new Ferryhill sports pavilion
- Northern Echo, 16th June 2015. "Durham Cricket Club captain Paul Collingwood MBE opened the pavilion at Mainsforth Sports Complex on Thursday, June 11. The celebration marked the end of five ...

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Mainsforth Sports Complex
- "Mainsforth Sports Complex is situated on the eastern edge of Ferryhill on the site of the former Mainsforth Colliery. Ferryhill Town Council secured ownership of the site in 2001 but ...

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Mainsforth Colliery (1872-1968)
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