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The Mall, Armagh

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The Mall is a cricket ground in Armagh, Northern Ireland. In 2005, the ground hosted a List A match in the 2005 ICC Trophy between Denmark and the United States, which Denmark won by 96 runs.The ground is used in club matches by Armagh Cricket Club.
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  • A racecourse in former centuries, the Mall is now a long oblong area of grass containing a cricket pitch & pavilion, statues, memorials and cannon. It is surrounded by a walled, tarmac walkway about o...  more »
  • It is seldom you find a lovely open green in a City Centre. Cricket played during summer and area surrounded by Georgian Houses, several lovely Churches, County and Royal Irish Museums and a Georgian ...  more »
  • A long verdant park in Armagh, not a shopping mall. A guy in the tourist centre recommended I go see it, and he was right. One downside: access. I had great difficulty getting across the road to reach...  more »